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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 36 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1990
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role-playing may alter student attitudes I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER actively participate in discussion and roleCovington, as well as other campus officials, Small said lecturing on the deadly traitsof
I play can lead to a _____-__ broke up into the four- AIDS won't necessarily stop students from
Staff Writer
Alligator growth in personal member acting groups having unprotected sex,just like telling die-
ti'. Mumbling and anxious, about 25 campus awareness. EEncouraging Monday afternoon. hard smokers that their much-enjoyed habitis
leaders on Monday played the parts of AIDS "Vaccines are on people to The "it can't happenthe unhealthy.
victims and their loved ones in a role-playing way," Small said. actively participate indiscussion to me" script centered Davidalan Ronnberg, a task force liaison
i exercise that may soon find its way into UF "We don't know how. on a man telling his from the North Central Florida AIDS Net
classrooms. far down the road. It's and role- fiancee he's been diagnosed work,said role-playing is extremely effective
Microbiology Professor Parker Small in- only education that lead with the HIV because people can avoid admitting any
play to
troduced the roleplaying technique to UF's we've got working for can a virus. thing they're not ready to reveal.
AIDS and HIV Infection Task Force mem- us." growth in personal The couple, who Ronnberg said he tried roleplaying in
bers and said it can be combined with edu- Student Affairs Vice never had sex, then classrooms and had enthusiastic responses.
cation to increase student knowledge and President Art awareness. has to deal with the Covington also has participated in role-
,I change attitudes. Sandeen, UF Infirmary social, ethical and eco- playing in some of her health classes, and
Small said education is not a cure-all prevention director Boyd Kellett and Student Government nomic issues of the situation, as well as a
I of the virus. Encouraging people to Health Cabinet director Michelle rush of confusing feelings. see AIDS page 7



CAMPAIGN RALLY r Parade of
banquet part

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Homecoming festivitiesBy

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ii aws k By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI it winds down University! Avenue at noon
Alligator Writer on Friday, said Rob Sniffen, general chair
man of Homecoming.
There's more to the 1990 Homecoming Before the parade, the two-mile Gator

than Gator Growl and _______ Gallop "fun run" begins
a football game. north of Percy
UF's 66th annual Beard Track and
Homecoming celebration ore than 100,000 along Fraternity Row

based on the people are expected to at 11:30: a.m. Runnersreceive
theme "We Ought To a T-shirt for
Be In Pictures," will watch UF's Homecoman $8 advance regis-
i.r i.- feature a week of tration fee, which
Parade televisionor 1
events for students, ing on
hikes to$9 on the day
alumni and the Gainesville in person. of the run.
community. 'The run is more
More than 100,000 community-oriented" Sniffen said.
people are expected to watch UFs Homecoming
see Homecoming page 7
Parade on television or in person as
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of murders on communityBy ..

over. With this process, people aren't sureif
MATTHEW SAUER
this thing Is over."
Alligator WriterA Herkov has already sent a questionnaireto
1k UF clinical psychologist will study the 1,500 UF students and will survey 2,000to
effects the murders of five local college 4,000 Gainesville residents to determine
students have had on the mental health of what lasting effects the murders have had.
Gainesville residents and students. "We'll be asking questions concerningwhat
Michael Herkov, a psychologist in UPS people have done to feel safe,"he said.
ra'S psychiltry department, will use a $15,000 "We're using some questions about how
XF'd grant from the National Institute of Justiceas they perceive things happening in the world
a start-up fund to study the effects of the and how they're affected."
serial murders. Surveyed residents and students will be
"We're looking at the presence of any contacted several times after the initial sur-
psychological distress and at people's cop- vey has been completed to assess the Im-
ing mechanisms for dealing with the trag- pact of the murders through time.
edy," Herkov said. "We'll contact people who gave us permission .
The murders may have had a tremendous to survey again after three months,
impact on the UF community because they six months and a year has passed," he said.
were so unexpected, he said. "We'll be able to track individuals over timeto
NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOR The only similar type of event (that Im- see how they cope with this tragedy and
Student Body President Michael Browne speaks at a rally In support of Lawton pacts) like the murders are natural disas- how they heal.
Chiles' campaign for governor In the Plaza of the Americas Monday afternoon. ters," he said. "The situation is different, This study will produce a model that law I
though, because in those cases you have enforcement people can use to help folks
3 fa warning the event occurs and then it's that have been affected by a similar crime."

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SG to decide bill's fate I Expo to teach use of ID card


All-in-one student ID cards will be said.
ment because she said this students won't
By JACK REJTMAN way, ready by Dec. 26, and UF will require Poppell said he will discuss the
make the decisions of whether to
remove an
Alligator Writer that students have them, UF officials card's origin and how UF will use it
elected official from office.
Administrators who have their distance said Monday. but won't demand UF facilities adopt
kept Also included in the amendment is a request
from Student Government for years are being that departing senators give the Replacementand Lyn White, coordinator of UF's stuthe card. The card can be used now
asked to approve the excuses of student sena- Agenda Committee a list of three senators dent ID card systems, said the card as a library card and a picture ID.

tors who want to leave for the summer in an they would prefer to take their seats. will! be mandatory beginning this "I will not be setting the policy for
amendment the Senate will consider tonight. Markus said she will propose this so that spring. Interim UF Assistant Admlnlsevery application Poppell said.
Outgoing student senators will have their last senators can choose someone who agrees with trative Affairs Vice President Ed Pop- : :
chance tonight to pass a bill 1 that would remove their views. pell said he plans to announce the card Likely applications next spring include

senators wno leave Ur lor the If the bill doesn t pass intonight's will be ready for campus-wide use at cashing checks on campus and
summer a bill that has first meeting, it will be "The ID Card Expo" today at 2 p.m. in admitting UF students to free campus

been tied up in judiciary I reintroduced after a group of 40 the Reitz Union Ballroom. events, Poppell said.

Committee since early July. In the amendnewly elected senators is sworn The Expo was created to teach facCards are available on the Reitz

Senators sent the summerment senators !in during tonight's second meet- ulty and staff members how to use the Union's second floor for $5.MIKE .

replacement bill ing. card and serve students better, White BRUSCELL
Judiciary Committee last wanting to sign But off-campus Sen. Chris
week to discuss amending Tompkins said having to take
the bill to allow for exceptions over their seats extra time with the bill is not

such as financial-aid dewould have to necessarily a bad idea. Gainesville man jailed for rapePolice
pendents, international If a poorly written bill is passed,
students with alien status and give their reasomeone just will have to fix it charged a Gainesville man a student.
students with military obliga- later he said.
sons to a group with the rape of a 19yearold woman Kozich is not listed in UF's com
tions. 'ThIS law cannot affect anyoneIn in southwest home but will
Saturday a puter directory of students.not .
the past, student senators of administrators until summer, so there's no reason confirm whether she is a UF student
who wanted to leave their for to rush and this said been
us get ,Alachua County Sheriffs spokesMann the woman had at
seats for the summer were who will verify through," Tompkins said. man Lt Spencer Mann said Monday. a party in the house and gone into oneDerrick
able to sign over their seats the excuse's legitWhen senators first heard the of the bedrooms to sleep. She told
to anyone they chose, and 2, it did not provide for Alexander Kozich, 20,4455 police Kozich then entered the room,
then get the seats back when imacy. exemptions.they SW 34th SL, was arrested Saturday thestruggled with her and raped her,
returned in the fall. "I hesitate making exceptionsIn 4 a.m., an hour-and-a after Mann said.Kozich .

the amendment senators will consider because it opens the door, maybe not now but woman told deputies she had been
tonight, senators wanting to sign over their possibly in the future, for more and more exceptions raped, Mann said. was being held at the Al
seats would have to give their reasons for ," said Judiciary Committee Chairman But Mann refused to comment on achua County jail in lieu of $25,000

leaving to a group of administrators who will Adam Tanenbaum."But whether the woman attends UFo He bail Monday night.

verify the excuse's legitimacy.Sen. I won't know how to vote until I listento also did not know whether Kozich is -MATTHEW SAUER

Gloria Markus proposed the amend- the debate."


Locks ID engraving

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help limit bike theftBy


when you lock the frame and
MICHELLE M. ROTH
41b wheel to a solid, immovable ob-
Alligator Writer
ject"
Julian Smyle carries his bike up Stolen bikes may be resold in
three flights of stairs, dismantlesit used bike stores,said Mier Cohen,
F and brings the pieces to class manager of Bike's and More, 2133
nA6M1M1'A 'l i 3 5 vnM1 each day. NW Sixth Ave.
f a "It's kind of an expensive bike, "It's very hard to keep track of
4.1 and I don't want it to get stolen," who owns the bike because it

said Smyle, 20, a public relations changes hands many times," he

student. "I don't want to become a said.Cohen
statistic." usually checks the driver

Of the 115,000 bikes parked on license of a person trying to sell a

campus each year, 350 are stolen, used bike to the store. If the per-
UF police spokeswoman Angie son looks suspicious, then Cohen
Tipton said. will call the police with the serial

"Pfir Bikes account for one-third of number of the bike to see. if it has
f ,
:ft., been stolen.
all petty theft on campus, she said. reported
Other thefts include backpacks, A big problem in recovering
purses and items taken from student stolen bikes is that many studentsdo
housing.The not know the serial number of
their bike said.
Tipton
most popular bikes stolenare
UF police, in cooperation with
mountain bikes, but if a bike
the Gainesville Police
thief can't take the whole bike, he Depart-
often will settle for just parts, ment, began the nationwide pro-
Tipton said. gram, Operation I.D., two years
to help recover stolen bikes.
"A bike thief will take what he ago
Precautions are to
can get," she said. "If people wantto necessary
prevent theft, Tipton said, but a
get something, they'll get it.
better way is to buy a less expen-
R Most of the bikes that are stolen sive bike.

aren't locked or are improperly "The best bet is to buy a cheap
M1 y locked with ineffective locks, bike so that if it is stolen, it won't
Tipton said. be as hard to replace," she said.
4 4Paintin' At least 80 percent of the locked "Don't bring an expensive bike to

bikes that are stolen are locked school, but if you do, lock it up
with a chain or other ineffective properly."
locks, Tipton said. These kinds of
locks can be easily broken with correctionAlan

J.9. SULLIVAN bolt cutters.
Gators "The most effective lock is a Goodman and Mercedes

UFfreshmen Michele Ritchie and Leigh Graeber help decorate Mr. Submarine. Storefronts U-lock," said Richard Lorenzo, Hale won Moot Court Cup Compe- j

along University Avenue are painted as part of Homecoming festivities. store manager of The Bike Route, tition Friday. The Alligator re-
1304 W University Ave. "U-locks ported otherwise on this page

are much harder to break into Monday.TUESDAY .



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the state Department of Health and Rehabilitative aches,light sensitivity, muscle weakness, upset stomach
Services. and other flu-like signs.
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. Senate to approve massive defense cuts I 08


WASHINGTON (UPI) The Senate prepared amendment cutting the program by $2.7 billion.
Monday to approve the largest single-year cut in Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, the floor manager I
military spending since the end of the Vietnam War, for the bill, said the measure represented"the largest
despite the risk of combat in the Persian Gulf that reduction of military spending since the end of the
could turn into the largest U.S. military operation Vietnam War. He said if the huge increases in
since Indochina. military spending of the 1980s are considered,"it may
The Senate was set to approve a $268.2 billion be the largest reduction in military spending in the
defense appropriations bill for fiscal 1991 that wouldbe history of the United States."
$20 billion less than what President Bush asked At the same time, warning colleagues against fur-
for at the beginning of the year, and nearly$16 billion ther cuts, Inouye said the United States must avoid
less than what Congress approved last year. fracturing the armed services as it did after World
In an attempt to quickly finish the bill, the Senate War II, and the wars in Korea and Vietnam.
restricted amendments to a handful, leaving several The bill does not contain money for Operation
major issues for Senate and House negotiators to Desert Shield in the Persian Gulf. Congress earlier
settle. approved $2.1 billion and money for the military National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
The major controversy centered on the B-2 stealth operation will be included in separate legislation.The .
bomber, a plane designed to escape radar detection. legislation also contains funds for one Trident October 14-20,1990
The bomber has been a major point of argument in submarine and one SSN-21 class nuclear attack submarine -
Congress since the waning of the Cold War. and $238 million for research, developmentand BACCHUS DARE GAMMA I.R.ILJL,
The Senate Appropriations Committee approved testing of the V-22 Osprey, a horizontalverticaltakeoff Reitz Union Program Council. SGA Health Cabinet.
about $5 billion for acquisition of two B-2s plus aircraft for the Marine Corps. Campus Alcohol and Drag Resource CenterFREE
components for six more that would be purchased in The Senate bill killed the Milstar satellite commu-
the next fiscal year. The House voted to cancel the nications program, ended the air-defense, anti-tank
B-2 program but allocated $1.6 billion to complete system and deferred $1 billion for procurement of
testing. the MX missile. But it rejected the decision to termi-
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., planned to offer an nate the M-l Abrams tank production.



I Sikh militants kill 24 people in PunjabAMRITSAR I

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India (UPI) Sikhs seeking independence pro-independence slogans.
in the state of Punjab killed at least 24 Authorities were unable to say why the farmhousewas
people during the weekend, including nine felled in attacked.
a Shootout with militants at a farmhouse, police said Some villagers said militants attacked Singh be-
Monday. cause he was an alleged smuggler and an illicit liquor
Just before dawn Monday about 12 militants vendor, while others said the attack was aimed to
stormed the farmhouse of Nirmal Singh in Dhual ,seize Singh's weapons, which included two powerful
Kalan, a village in the outskirts of the Sikh holy city assault rifles.Militants .
of Amritsar, 250 miles northwest of New. Delhi, police ambushed a security patrol on a routine
duty in the Amritsar district Sunday night, killing all
said.Police and village residents said militants killed four of them, police said.
Singh and eight other inmates in the ensuing shoot Sikh militants carried out several attacks across the '
out.The attackers snatched their victim's weapons as state between Sunday evening and Monday noon, CiR( US TiCA Ts !
they fled the village after the gunfight, shouting killing at least 11 people, police said.


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you a chance to visit the Big Top. Starting
October 11th and October
LAUDERDALE (UPI) A jury was selected order to have a fair trial he needs jurors who are black continuing through
19th. a circus riddle will be placed in
Monday to hear the obscenity case against and have knowledge of rap music or at least have an the Classifieds. The first three callers with
Miami rap group 2 Live Crew,and opening argumentsare open mind about sexually explicit lyrics. the correct answer each day will win two
scheduled to begin Tuesday.The Broward County Circuit Judge June Johnson did free opening night tickets to the Clyde'
diverse panel was selected on the sixth day of not swear in the jury Monday because she had Beatty Cole Brothers Circus on Monday,
jury selection. Included on the jury of four women decided to sequester them once the testimony be- October 22nd..A riddle In question and
and two men -including one black woman -are a gins. She gave them the evening to be with their t" answer format, will be located In a differ ,
middle school assistant principal, a diesel mechanic, families and ordered them to report back to cqurt at ent classification each day.To win,find the
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I Neighbors howling, about UF employee's pet wolves I

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By DUANE ROMANELLO Dorsey said the wolves aren't that noisy the type of care the wolves are receiving."I own the wolves.
Alligator Writer and that UF noise expert Calvin Oliver tested don't think one of those women (Dorseyor "I'm glad we got them in court," Aggerssaid.
her home and found the noise levels to be her daughter) could stop a wolf if he took "But the county still hasn't done any
people Barbara don't Dorsey like her can't understand why acceptable under Gainesville codes. off after a rabbit,"Aggers said. thing about it.They definitely have groundsto
pets. "I'm appealing the decision,"Dorsey said. force them to move."
Dorsey Alachua Dorsey said the wolves are not aggressiveand
an County resident and
UFs journalism department Chris Barnes, another UF employee who are kept in a secure, sanitary environ Aggers said he is not being vindictive
secretary,owns
18 Canadian-hybrid wolves. The wolves area has heard the wolves, said she doesn't find ment, including a fenced-in exercise yard. toward the Dorsey family and has offered to
mixture of Tindra, Tundra and Arctic the noise offensive. "These wolves are very shy,"Dorsey said. help her relocate the wolves if necessary.
wolves and a small percentage of malamute "My house dog makes more noise than "Because they're captive-bred they could not "Our only concern is the noise," Aggers
those wolves," Barnes said. survive In the wild. They were all bottle-fed said. "We don't even know the Dorseys
dog.Dorsey said she is being discriminated But Howard Aggers, a neighbor of the since they were 5 days old, and now they except from these unpleasant circum-
against because of the species of animal she Dorseys, has a different opinion. eat fresh turkey, chicken and beef." stances."
owns. "We're talking about a high-pitched howl Capt. Barry Cook of the Florida Game and Dorsey said she has complied with all
"I'm being run out of my home," she said. four to 10 times a day, not the low barkingof Fresh Water Fish Commission describedthe state requirements for owning the animals.
Dorsey's trouble began in 1988 when she a yard dog,"Aggers said. "People up to a wolves' living conditions as more than Even if her appeal in court is successful,she
moved from Gainesville to a home near mile away can hear the sound. adequate. will move her family and her wolves to
Newberry. After arriving at her new home, "I 1 feel Dr. Calvin Oliver wasn't being very The housing facility meets state specifi- another area.
Dorsey found the neighbors unreceptive to scientific in the test he conducted and that cations quite well," Cook said. "It's one of "My property has been vandalized" Dor-
her animals. he was doing Barbara Dorsey a favor be- the best facilities I've seen." sey said."The other night my gate was glued
Two years later, the conflict continues. cause they both work at the University of Aggers said he doesn't feel Cook is doing shut and a note, written in blood, said The
Dorsey and her son now have been taken to Florida." his job properly and added that he doesn't next thing to die won't be a wolf.'
court and convicted of violating an AJachua Aggers said other neighbors fear for their believe the Dorseys are allowed to have the "They're just prejudiced against my family
County noise ordinance. children's safety and are concerned about wolf compound on their property or even to because we're doing something different"GYPSIES


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OPINIONSWhat






bugs yaWe THE APPROPRIATE[ MFfCrT f REDUOlOfl PUN! \


asked you to write us last week and tell us what

your gripes are, and we promised to print as many as we -
could in this column. Here are some of the responses we

got: QH! ( Nancy!I
"While Mr. Kirkpatrick (Gators tight end) may be a Thete} ialtin'it
good football player, I sure hope he's not majoring in busi- outo? my pen<3ion'P /;

ness. I believe his quote in Oct. 8's issue was 'I don't
think people should be jealous. We work very hard. The

money we bring to the university entitles us to some of
these things we get. Perhaps the first two statements are

valid, but please, Mr. Kirkpatrick, football generally loses
money for a university (please consult the last issue of

Forbes for proof)! These articles about the quality of a ti1,
football player's dorms, food, and social life have been ,1
fairly redundant and boring. The football players may I 11-\-\ .

have it bad now, but who's going to offer a $700,000$1.5million ()() 'I. '

contract to someone else from another major. Quit
your bitching!"

This from another reader:

"Today while walking in front of Century Tower, I saw
something that disturbed me quite a bit. Milling about
were 15 or so Physical Plant workers in the process of rip-
ping up the sidewalk to build a little brick wall. Can some- --.- ,,,, IUC JICI'IAN'' CIxLSlT1VIIc

one explain please why there is barely enough money to
keep the school open for the summer and yet there is
money to build little brick walls that seem to me to be un-

students.necessary." Somehow this seems completely unfair to the I Are you properly toilet trained ?


Some of your gripes extend beyond UF to us at The Al- Pay attention, because it's possible to be sun-bath-
ligator. ing on syringes, razor blades, or other garbage items
"One issue at UF that seems to never die is the endless put down the toilet days earlier.An amalgam of human CONSIDER THTsChrisLa"disastrous
fecal wastes,household chemicals,contraceptives and
controversy over COAR (Campus Organized Against
bathroom supplies are flushed down our toilets.They
Rape) and SARS (Sexual Assault Recovery Service). I present an environmental problem that we as studentsand environmental hazards.
don't doubt that these organizations merit press coverage, preservationists of society must contend with. Raw or untreated sewage can contain viruses that
but I have grown tired of reading letter after repetitive let- Flushing the toilet has produced an 'out-of-sight, can cause hepatitis, amoebic dysentery and other
ter and article after article about their pros and cons, tri- out-of-mind'attitude.The waste just doesn't disappear. illnesses. When there is a clog, someone actually has
to their hand be
use to unclog it. This dangerousif
can
umphs and woes. Since I am not the only student here Unless it is precisely and properly treated, it will razor blades or syringes are present.
in our environment with disastrous effects.
who feels this way, my suggestion is to create somethinglike reappear Also, never put household hazardous wastes suchas
Gainesville produces this so-called wastewater at
a brief, bi-weekly summary of current COAR-SARS rate of 16 million gallons day.This would fill a gasoline, paint thinner,insecticides or varnishes in
every a
happenings and opinions, designed to be read in just a swimming pool the size of a football field five stories the toilet. They impair the biological degradation of
few informative minutes." deep. Where does this waste go? How does it get the waste at the treatment plant.

Another reader numbered their gripes. there? What's in the waste?What is the problem, and The wastewater system is a circle. Everything put
how can I help? down the toilet returns to the environment. Here at
Gripe #1: "It really bugs me that I get mail addressedto Gainesville's wastewater to of three UF,the conversion of waste sludge to a soil conditionervia
The Parents of.' I'm 33 years old for God's sake! (Do ment plants: Kanapaha, Main goes Street one or University treat- composting means that it is possible to come in
you think I should write to Lombardi's parents and com- plants. It arrives via underground sewer systems contact with the same object (heaven forbid a syringeor
plain?) pushed by gravity until a pump station is needed to razor blade) flushed down the toilet days earlier
Gripe #2: "I wonder what Litchfield Cinemas manage- give it the extra boost to get through the piping systemto because this soil conditioner is placed all over campus
around
the treatment plant. The problem is that materialsare shrubbery and various plants.As .
has done the
ment to committed
right
wrongs they being put down the toilet that impair proper far as animals are concerned,some of the effluent
against their former employees. I've been surprised that a treatment of the wastewater. from the plant is put into surface streams where otters,
follow-up has not been done by either The Alligator or What can you do? Plainly, NEVER put anything in fish, turtles, water fowl and other wildlife thrive. If the
The Gainesville Sun. the toilet except your human waste, toilet paper and water is rendered difficult to treat due to improper
Gripe #3: "It really annoys me to read in The Alligatorthat water.Don't put anything plastic down the toilet. Plant human toilet training, the wildlife will perish.
'UF students think' or 'Everyone at UF feels' or 'Vot- managers find toothbrushes,syringes,combs,tampon Remember these simple tips for proper toilet use.
applicators, condoms, glass and razor blades in the Help make the environment safer for everyone.
ers supported' and to know that this UF student, who is
wastewater.Towels and plastic garbage clog pipes and Chris Lane is a UF'senior in environmental engi;
someone and votes, did not feel that way or support that. pumps.This clogging can cause sewage back-up and neering. '
How about more qualifying/quantifying statements guys!
LETTERS TO THE EDITORNat'l
(And it's tempting to add that 'nobody' at The Alligatoruses

them.)" Out that several letters were written and Was the motive complacence or
Coming sent, to The Alligator concerning complicity? Ignorance or stupidity?
Day was ignoredEditor that special day. Fear or hatred?

alligator One was sent from myself, one My parents have told me sinceI
Editor : Dart! Dart! Dart! to the from the official UF Committee for I was a child that in life there exists
Judy A. Plunkett editors and staff of The Alligator for Sexism and Homophobia,one from only two positions. They said,
Managing Editor Opinions Editor their inept,suspiciously discriminatory Michael Giltz last year's editorof "Either you are part of the problem,
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier lack of coverage of National The Alligator and many more or part of the solution." It seems
Coming Out Day. from students and GLSU members.The painfully clear where The Alligator

Letter Policy No pronouncement or article stands on this issue.
ap- editors and staff had in their
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be in Robert L Bourge
peared last
typed, double-spaced and signed They should' typed name, address and telephone Thursday's paper. hands an opportunity to help thou-
number. Names will be withheld I If the writer shows": f.ta If you ,have any questions: call: One letter to the editor was printed, sands of students at UF,and instead President, Gay and Lesbian
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458. a true paucity considering the fact they turned their backs. >Student Union


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TUESDAY.. OCTOBER 16.1990.. ALLIGATOR 7'

HOMECOMINGfrom at 8 p.m. Wednesday was sold-out AIDSfrom and direct approach to its
until obstructed-view seats were put AIDS-program implementation. -
page 1 page 1
on sale, Sniffen said. "This is the .
t However, Sniffen said the most biggest name Homecoming kick-off said both she and her class- Members also said
PO prestigious Homecoming event is the concert we've ever had," he said. mates enjoyed the experiment.Small Sorensen, UF's secondincommand -

invitation-only Florida Blue Key Gator Expo, the annual display of said Health and Reha- may find ways for the
owots- Homecoming Banquet.U.S. UFs organizations, will continue the bilitative Services has the group to pay for its own pro-
Senate Majority Leader Homecoming spirit Friday and Satur- printed scripts used in the role- grams instead of sending new
George Mitchell, D-Maine, will be day on the Union's North Lawn. playing and will give them to programs through outside of-
4011le speaking at the banquet Friday night, UF at no cost so the programcan fices.
he said. Gov. Bob Martinez is among Other events include a free talent be implemented in class- Before coming to UF this
\ %O the 1,500 people expected to attend show Tuesday night at 8 at the Or- rooms. semester, Sorensen was part ofa
%\ the event. ange & Brew and a pre-game barbe- Task force members said team that developed The Cen-
g5F While everyone is not invited to the cue Saturday on the Union's North they're looking forward to UF ter for AIDS Research and Ed-
banquet,Sniffen said there are plentyof Lawn.Tickets are$6 and food will be Provost Andrew Sorensen's ap- ucation.He .
events planned for all students. served from 11 am to 1:30: p.m. pearance at their next meetingin also founded and chaireda
"All the events have a special sIg- November. Sorensen, an ac- Massachusetts state task
nificance," he said. "It will get people psyched up for claimed expert on AIDS, may force examining AIDS re-
This year's Fleetwood Mac concert the game," Sniffen said. offer the group a more powerful search in 1983.



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I'' Activities a Begin I Tonight I I In Largest I II Provost Sorensen r To Speak a At Agriculture

: : 1

Celebration I For I UF : Homecominq I I 1 1I 90 UNIVfRSITY ':b. Breakfast: t ; Many: Others h : Scheduled c e :



are still available at the University Box Office and performed by UF law students and __ UF Provost. Andrew Sorensen will CLAS-Continental breakfast/barbecue/ > JOURNALISM AND COMMUNI-
HOMECOMING I I INFOFor I and other Ticketmaster outlets. traditionally lampoon the local, state and deliver the keynote address at a breakfast for alumni, faculty, staff, students and CATIONS-An 11 a.m. luncheon follow-
national scene.They are a favorite Produced by UF Information/ and Publications Services,355 Tigert! Hall, and paid lor at usual advertising rates to sponsored by Alpha Zeta, the agriculture friends from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.'. Saturday in ed by tours of Weimer Hall's' new Flanagan
those who find the wide variety of GATOR GALLOP with government political officials, who turn out in communicate official c notices and important information to students, (acuity and staff Can 392 0186 lor information. honorary fraternity, 8 to 9:30: a.m.. Saturfront of Flint Hall on University Avenue.. Telecommunication Wing g will be given.i

Homecoming activities hard to keep trackof large numbers to see themselves day in the Reitz Union Ballroom.. Alumni, Tickets, $$5, available from Lynne Collis, The tours begin in the Weimer Hall Court
Florida Blue Key has set up an information a-- PRECEDES PARADE cancatured.. The show is free and open to faculty, students and the public can reserve 392-0780. yard and are open to alumni. Luncheon
table in the Turlington Hall courtyard.Blue the public. $$10 tickets by calling Emelie Matthews at EDUCATION College of Education reservations can be made by calling Doris
Key representatives will be on hand The starting gun for the. Gator Gallop 392-1961.. Alumni Association s onsor r a recep Lowenstein at 392-0466 by Friday..

to answer questions and distribute 2-mile fun run will fire at 11 a.m.. Friday at BBQ SATURDAY' HOMECOMING H 0 M ,E C 0 M I N G E EDITION D I T I 0 N Other. colleges and organizations are tion for alumni and friends at 10:30: a.m.. LAW-Open house with refreshments in
breakfasts, barbecues and the Delta
materials from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and the Percy Beard Track. The run precedesthe sponsoring open Friday in Norman Courtyard. Phi the College of Law courtyard, 1 to 3:30:
Wednesday.. Homecoming parade, heading east on AT JWRU houses for? alumni!, faculty, students and Kappa and the Education Alumni Assoda- p.m.. Friday.. phi Al, Delta ,legal, frater.
St. the A partial list follows. the annual aphe*
Main
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University Avenue to public. are co-sponsoring;- College nity it fa sponsoring a from 8 to 10
TALENT SHOW NIGHT Participants can pre-register 10 a.m. to 4 Students, alumni an the public can get -Departmental e exhibits Homecoming,Breakfast Saturday at the a.m.y Saturday in the Reitz Union Arren-
y through Thursday for $$8 B at the together before the game at the Homecoming and open house for alumni, students, Gainesville Hilton at 8:30:, a.m. College of dondo Room Tickets, $$10, available at the
Gator Talent Night, a traditional part of TurlinBton Hall courtyard, Track Office in Barbecue between 10:45: a.m.. and 1 p.m.. faculty and staff, Architecture Building, 9 9to E Education graduate and Distinguished Ser! door. Call Neal Deleon:, 336-1999, for
Homecoming festivities, is tonight at 8 in 311 Stadium, Reitz Union colonnade and Saturday on the Reitz Union north lawn.. r------------------------------------------ 11 a.m.. Saturday. Barbecue in the Architecture vice Professor James Wattenbarger will information..
the Orange & Brew. in front of Matherly Hall. Runners can also Barbecued chicken or beef, baked beans, I -I Building atrium, 11 a.m.. to 1 speak. Reservations for tickets, $$10, can be
Student Body President Michael Browne register for$$9 at the track from.9 to 11 a.m.. cole slaw, rolls and drinks are the fare. The I H HOMECOMING 0 E C 0 I N G AT A G N C E j p.m., Saturday. Tickets, $$10, can be reserv madabycallingthedean'sofficeby5pm.' 5 PHARMACY-Alumni barbecue, sponsored
will emcee, and Office for Student Services the day of the race. All participants receive Gator cheerleaders and Gator pep band I GLANCEI j ed by calling architecture professor Tony Thursday. by Searle, at the Academic Research
Dean James Scott and other prominent t-shfrt. will provide entertainment. Tickets are $$6.. I Dasta, 3924836.. BLUE KEY ALUMNI-Coffee and Building Courtyard, on the north side of
campus figures will judge acts for spirit, ='n I BLACK ALUMNI BREAKFAST-Judge doughnuts for Blue Key alumni, 9 to 10 the Health Science Center, 10 a.m.. to 12:30:
originality, creativity, overall impressionand ORANGE & BLUE 1 I *+' "' I Emerson Thompson of Orange County will a.m.. Saturday, Reitz Union colonnade. p.m.. Saturday.. No tickets are necessary. At
actual talent. Participants were chosen Friday HolidayFor j ? I s speak at the Black Alumni Breakfast Saturday FORESTRY Barbecue for alumni, facuI8) 8 p.m. Saturday, the College e will sponsor
during auditions held earlier this semester.. GOLF I TOURNEY 1 j I I d y at 10 a.m. in the University i Holiday ty, a staff, students and friends in breezeway Y a Reunion Banquet q at Holiday Y Yr Inn West..
The show is free and open to the public. Inn. Reservations for tickets, $$10, are of Newins-Ziegler Hall, 11 a.m. Saturday. For banquet reservations, contact Deborah
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The Orange & Blue Open begins at 8 Students r available through the Institute of Black Tickets, $$8 for adults and $$5 for children Klapp, 392-8315.. Sunday morning from
FLEETWOOD MAC a.m.. Sunday at the University Golf Course. Culture, 392-0895. under 12, can be reserved byc calling Monica 9:30: to 11 the College is sponsoring a
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IN CONCERT is$$40.. Call Florida Blue Key at 3921661for ;, I Distinguished Service Professor of History

more information. Classes will be cancelled Friday, but I Sam Proctor will talk about "Gator
Rock group Fleetwood Mac will performin UF employees are required to work as fix. .!o. 1k J I History" at a breakfast for alumnifaculstaff ,, -
this year s Homecoming' concert at 8 JMBA SKITSSATURDAY usual.. A state institution cannot declare ". '7 ty, and students at 8 a.m. Saturday in

Tickets p.m. Wednesday, $$11.50. for in students the O'Connell with a Center.current. holidays in addition to those set by the j ,l I,', '4 I Reitz:. Union Ballroom,A.. Tickets., $$10, can I CAMPUS4 Sf THIS! NEXT WEEK J I
Legislature for all state employees. f I IU be reserved by calling Willa Howard,
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Parking ChangesFor skits at 10 a.m.. Saturday on the Reitz but requests must be made in IEFP NZq I THURSDAY
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The annual skits are written, produced only skeleton staffs working Friday.. I EVENTS-Hollywood Alcohol Squares "The Contemporary Significance
Homecoming ; i I U d e Tickets k e s game, 7 p.m.., Weaver Rec Room, Tolbert of the African Diaspora in the Americas,"
I ( Area; IRHA free showing 8 of film "Dick by Rupert Lewis, UF visiting Fulbright
Gator Shows Academic Side I Tracy," 8 p.m., UF Bandshell.BIOTECHNOLOGY Scholar from University of the West Indies
O'Connell ClosedThe Expo I 8 p.m.. Gator T Talent Night, Orange & Brew I I O On n Sale S a I e Oct.0 C t 23 DISCUSSION SESJamaica( ), noon, 376 Grinter Hall..

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Homecoming parade set-up and parking for Expo '90, the annual collection of Many special events are. planned, 13 3 to 6 p.m. High School Field Day, Fleming Field I Coupon sales will begin at8.3Oa.m.atthe: Courtland University Y Hanawalt biology Y, 10:30 professor. 1305-06 Philip P Adler, 4 p.m., Friends of Music Room,
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Fifield Hall.
entertainment offered Florida Blue THURSDAY p.m. will continue the FORESTRY SEMINAR, "New Perspec
North-South Drive from University by Key : The Falling Gators I 4 p.m. Sales next day or
Avenue to Stadium Road will be closed to and the Board of College Councils, gets parachuting team will make a jump over I until the student allotment is sold out. No ZOOLOGYand traffic from 7 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. Friday. This underway Thursday. the Expo at approximately 11 a.m.. .; the I THURSDAY I guest coupons will be sold. Ma Hermit Crabs, by Y by IFAS International Programs Director
stretch of road will be open from 2:30: to 4 The Expo will be in the blue and white circus University Renaissance Ensemble will per- I I Students must present a student season University of South Florida-New College Hugh Popenoe, 4 p.m.., 112 Newins-
p.m. and closed again at 4 p.m. until the tent on the Reitz Union north lawn from form at 1 p.m..; the University Symphony I 110 a.m.. to 5"p.m.: Gator Expo, Reitz Union North Lawn I I football card, a validated fee card and P picture biology professor Sandy Gilchrist, 4 p.m., Ziegler Hall.HUMANITIES.
conclusion of Gator Growl... 10 a.m.. to 5 p.m.. Thursday, 11 a.m.. to 5 Orchestra will play at 2:30: p.m.. I I I.D.. Each person in line can purchase 211 Bartram Hall. COUNCIL LECTURE,
Fleming Field will be closed Friday eve- p.m.. Friday and 9 a.m.. to 1 p.m.. Saturday.. FRIDAY: The Formal Attire, UF theater I I only his or her coupon, which costs $$18 FOODSSeafood SEMINAR, '"Some Lit "Origins of the Modern Olympics: A New
tl Related d
ning because the fireworks for Gator Growlare Visitors can see what various colleges, department musical group, will perform at I FRIDAY I (cash only). ", < ? Parasitological!' of South 8 Version," by UF classics professor David
Problems Medical '
set up there.. The Johnson Hall parking schools, departments student clubs and '2 p.m. 1 1I Finals. Field I Coupons must be exchanged g for tickets University Young, 7:30: p.m., Gainesville Woman's
s biomedical researcher
lot off of Fletcher Drive and across from the organizations are doing at UF in research, The Civitan Bloodmobile will be parked I 9 a.m. Volleyball Fleming I Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 6 and 7, at Carolina marine Club, 2809 W. University Avenue. .
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Women's' Gym will be reserved for han- ,teaching, service and entertainment. during the Expo for those who wish to give 111 a.m.. Gator Gallop. Percy Beard Track. I the Gate 13 ticket windows from 8:30: a.m. Thomas Chen SCIENCE, 4 p.m., G086 LECTURE McCarty, >:",Hall.ANIMAL UF SYMPHONIC BAND & WIND EN-

dicapped parking Friday evening.On blood. I I Noon Homecoming P Parade d ef, University.t y Avenue I I to 4:30: p p.m.. sonal Reproduction in Mares: Importance eaSEMBLE CONCERT, free and open to.
for bloc seating must be turned P public, 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
from until Coupons
Friday night 10:30: 11:10: I 2 to 7:30: Musical Affair, Citizens Field I in ', 5, and bloc tickets s must be of the Vernal Transition," by UF animal & SATURDAY
traffic will be temporarily halted on West Rep.R Sid Martin To Lead Parade p.m. Monday) science Daniel 4 ., FRIDAY
Thursda professor Sharp
University Avenue from Northwest 20th 111 a.m.. to 5 p.m.. Gator E Expo, R Reitz.t Union North Lawn I p picked up P d ay Y, Nov. 8, from 8:30: a.m.. Animal Science Building.. p.m. CENTURY TOWER OPEN HOUSE,

Terrace to Northwest 22nd Street. 13:30 Florida Blue Key Smoker I to 4:30: p.m. at the: GateGate: ticket MEN'S' SOCCER deadline .tohosted by UF music professor Willis Bodine
to 5 sign-up
The Track-Field lot is reserved on Friday Broadcast Live On Channel 5 5Floats I : p.m. I Camping p ; outside 13 is prohibited.window. .
for Oct. Florida and UF doctoral student i in music Terence
,
day, play beginning 24,214
l 5 7:30 Florida Blue Key Banquet, with U.S.S. Senate I An in the east t stands will be lights is
from for t to y area e
7 a.m. to noon Gator Gallop. : open
bands, horse teams, and nearly[ program, and Rick Schneider, news direc I p p.m. I will be turned and bathrooms for Gym.. Open to UF students, faculty, staff, McKinney, 2 to 4 P p.m. Friday Y YI and 9 to 11
East-West. Road will be closed beginningat 100 other entries will participate in Friday s tor.. Four cameras, one on a 100-foot crane, I Majority Leader George Mitchell I those who wish on to line early.. open spouses.. Call 392-0581 for information.WEDNESDAY a.m.. Saturday.
5 p.m. Friday. Homecoming Parade,'beginning at noon. two streetside and one roving, will offer I 7:45: t to 10:30: Gator Growl, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium I up P MONDAY
The parade will start on University Avenue various of the I p.m. I "
perspectives two-hour event. FBK's "Speaker's s Corner"To SCIENCE SEMINAR,
ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK E"NUTRlTIONAL
Bus Ride Offers from the President's' Home and A I
across con- pre-recorded welcoming by UF The and Misuses of This
message II Copper:
tinue to Southwest Sixth Street, turn southto President John Lombard! will be shown SATURDAY I T 0 0 Debate e b a t e U UF F I Issues VENTS-Controlled. Reitz drinking Union experiments north lawn.,: Essential Nutrient," by Texas A&M University -
Safe Easy Trip Southwest Second Avenue, and end at during the broadcast.. I I Florida Blue Key's's Speakers Bureau Division 10a.m.t01p.m.1 biochemistry and nutrition professor Ed
the intersection of Southwest Second Florida Blue Key will provide security Morning Various B Breakfasts. t s and d Open p Houses i I and Student Governments ACCENT WOMEN'S'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM! ward Harris, 4 p pI p.m., R3-265 Health Science

T To o Georgia GameA Avenue and' Southwest 13th Street. and parade pacers. as well a as s a lost-child 9. to .10 a.m. Alumni Reunion. Reitz Union Colonnade I s speakers bureau will present UF's'a first-ever "Black \Women' Writers and Spirituality fish, Center Academic Research Building
This year's grand marshal is Sid Martin, center. Corner at 12:30' in by UP associate professor of En
S today a :
I Speaker's Y p.m.
Reitz Union North h Lawn furlREADING BY NOVELIST PETE DEXTER -
safe, hassle-free and fun way to get to State Representative for the 23rd District, The winning parade entries and winning 9 a.m.. to 1 p.m. Gator Expo, I the Plaza of t the e Americas. Mildred Hill-Lubin, 3:15: p.m.. 2014 National Book Award winner for the
,
the Florida-Georgia Game Nov. 10 in who will lead the funny cars, the Gator house decorations will be announced Fri I 10 to 11 a.m.. : John Marshall h a 11 B Bar A ssoclatlon.ts. Reitz.t I The Speaker's' Comer is a debate deington Hall.BOTANY. novel 1 Paris Trout, sponsored by UF English

Jacksonville is available for alumni, staff, Band, high school bands, clowns, football day, night at Gator Growl... I Union' North Lawn I signed to promote discussion of important SEMINAR, "Reproductive P department, free; and open to public, 8 8I
students and friends. team members, floats, and the unit bear I I
and timely social and political issues in an Development of Rabbiteye Blueberries as
103 F Fine Arts B B.
The UF Alumni Association is s three sweetheart 10:45. to 1 Homecoming Barbecue, Reitz Union North I '" P p.m., Building
sponsoring ing homecoming finalists. | : p p.rrut:\ > open manner.\ .Today s Speaker's Corner Influenced by Chilling and Photoperiod? ,
$$25 round-trip bus rides with Coc -..cola and The parade will be broadcast live by I : Lawn .. I will feature discussion of the question""Th by UP assistant professor in fruit crops s FACULTY RECITAL b by Y OF music department
Joe's' Deli. GAME TICKETS ARE NOT IN WUFT-TV, Channel 5, the University Infirmary Changes Hours ( ,,' ."- of Akron I Middle East: Should We Be Involved?" Rebecca Darnell, 4 p p.m., 211 Bartram Ha']. faculty members J Joyce Davis
CLUDED but free subs and soft drinks 1:30: ,.. \ .Gators vs.. University Zips P s and Arthur J Jennings(trombone)
)
are. television station(cable Channel 11)) Those I p p.m. v,' .Li.-/v i. Speakers, each representing a side of the FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, (trumpet
Buses will leave the O'Connell Center at who want to see the parade again or view Homecomlng'Saturday' I ',' < ,'-, ':,ri : I issue/ will welcome comments and "Who Votes and Why They Don't' by accompanied by guest artist and UFmusic'
9 am.. Nov. 10 and return that evening. themselves on television can' watch a I ":. '{-'7'' ,I'':: SUNDAY I from the crowd of California at l graduate student Miriam Zach(organ), f free: "
'The
) Student Health responses University Berkeley political
is limited and due Care Center at the '{ ., and to 8:15: 5 University s'
Space reservations are r rebroadcast at noon Sunday on Channel, I ', ; I For more information about Speaker's. science professor Raymond' \ Wolhnger, 8 ?open public p.m. ty
by Friday, Oct. 26. To make reservations, Hosts of the color coverage will be Portia noon Infirmary on Homecoming will be open Saturday.from 8 ajn.. to 8:30: a.m. ,?,''.-, : ,;.'-"Orange e & Blue_-------J 0 en, Umversitv_Golf___Course_____ I Corner, call the Florida Blue Key Y office, p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom.) Auditorium.. t
call 11 the Alumni Affairs Office 3921905.
c Taylor, host of WUFT's. ""Reflections" L- ---- 3921661.. ..
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.NO ROOMMATES vV -Ft

Classifications l Q How to place a
1 FURNISHEDHousing SECURITY DEPOSITI! This month's Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba

rent FREE! 1 bdrm studio apt. Nice, condo In SW area, close to UF. W/D, ,,;',' "':: ,':,: :"" ::" ,,:,, ',:,:'::;'" ':' ,r: ,-:,,: classified ad:

Available-1 I blk to UF, coed coop close 378-2651 to'campus., 1018722br $295/mo. Call Tracy evenings pool, see 373-4503.system. $28S/mo or 3354731.+ utll.10-22-Call :'-,::1 ','::; For Rent Furnished :,,,,:,,,

all util paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, 10-5 In Person:

parking, laundry, $210 per mo, C.L.O. 1 1/2ba In French Quarter, pool, :\ ;: ;: :: Cash, check, MC or VISA.

117 NW ,,51h 51. 3774269. '12-1462-1 $210 month apt, call Rob at 3756987.. 10-. Roommate wanted M/F upperclassman or ::: Unfurnished:: t : : : The Alligator Office
'16-4-2 grad pref. for own room In 2 bdr/1 bath In : : ; : ( ; ; ;:: ;: :
Free wtrbed or dorm fridge when you rent SW area. $200 pays rent ft utll. call 336- ;.; ::: : :, : : ; ::: ; ,1105 W. University Ave.
turn studio for Now ft, Dec. $290/mo/ M'F Sam-4pm
apt
utl Inc + $150 dep. Close to UF 377. 2 quiet 2 bd 2nd floor apts, porches, storage 9858. '10-18-5-5 :';::,4 ,':::Sublease House/Apt.) !/ -,..<:
cent H/A, d/w/ fans. SW/Vlllas; Main Bookstore)
5535. 10.17.5.1 $375 water incl; 373-0701', 10-19-10-2' M rmmt needed for own bdrm/bath/ In ; floommatw : Hub Customer Service Desk
3br/2ba apt In Park Place. $'88/mo + 1/3
One block from campus, one bedroom apt utll. C.1I335.,1I85 for Info. '10-17-5-5 '<. For SateI N'F8am.4:30pm:

furnished, pool,or ac,unfurnished quiet, call 3731812., reasonablerates 10- cotta Pets tile welcome-no floor. College fee.View Beautiful Apartments terra **F for huge fully turn bdr/ba In 2/2- : :Real Estate 1 Reltz M.F Union 111m., Cashier's 9 pm Office

16.4.1 3717777. '10-22-5-2 need now thru May. $190 (orlg 312)) 4 Motorcycles..:,.'' : \; Sat ft Sun Closed

sec/utll 2nd fir, els to UF, pool, morel
2 bedrooms for rent in house for quiet n/s '
Furnished 1 bedroom apt, close to cam 334-8593. '10-19-S-S' \ \ ;, Auto:; Medical Bookstore, Shands
pus. All amenities $400/mo. Call collect students, bike to UF. Fenced yard,no a/c,

1-407-290-5880. 10-19-5-1 $150' rent, $150 deposit, 1/3 util. f 378- M for 2br 1 1/2ba apt French Quarter 'Wanted ;i / MF,8am4:30pmBy :
3371.' '10-17-2-2
$210' a month + 1/2 util. Call Rob 375- Services x ir Mail:

FOR RENT: 4bd/2ba/ apartment, W/D/ cent ac, 5 bike 6987. ,10-18-4-5 Services Use forms appearing weeklyIn

from campus, well lit parking, pets ok. ,12 ,, :,Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk $730/mo, clean, nice, available Jan. 1, quiet Female N.E to, share wash/dry 3 bedroom, cent heat/a house In -13 Help Wanted :'::". mail. MC, VISA or checks only.

Call 377-8965. '10-29-10-2'
Safe/secure small pet ok. Fenced yard 14 i Business Personals : By Phone 373-FIND:
to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270 $280, $ ,, ,:
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. FOXMOOR condo 2BR. 11/2 BA, Bike, to $155p/m/ 377.7809. 10-17-4-5 Personals Q : .,; Payment by VISA or Mastercard
15 : :
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs UF/shopping, need only deposit for qualified Neo-Prlmltlve to share house by West- ::)' :.' ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378.1190. ,12-14- tenant to move In, $450 KEY MAN- 16 Connections M-F8:30.4pm.:
age. Fireplace, no air, poor heat, loft, ,
76-2 AGEMENT 372-3060. 10-19-4-2 "
wooded lot. $100 mo. Own room. Tim :." *,' '' '
17 Notices
3112-88521.av. '10-18-5-5 D How to correct
GREAT PRICE for spacious SW 2BR off ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with message. '

Tower Rd, cent. air, hookups $285 KEY study, blinds end unit. $575/mo./ Call 18 Rlde$ .< :*.:'
FN/S to share nice house with envlro. cancel ad
MANAGEMENT 3723060. '10-19-4-2 3352703. '10-29-10-2' aware veterinary students. Own room 19 Pets -"n";:; your :

$170/mo/ 1/3 utll. Great location) Call
+
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA. quiet 20 :;lost & Found Cancellations:
MOBILE HOMES 3744408. 10-25-10-5 ,
washer/dryer available In most I units for : .: Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8. 4 pm.

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. I 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Female roommate needed for spring se No refunds can be given.'
$250-$375, sec & Imr. 372-6422. ,12-14-
In
mester. Own room a great house
76-2 Only one block from UF. Please call Jennifer o When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Farmsrentals from $260 Incl.
371-3949' '10-25-10-5' Check your ad the FIRST day It runs.Call .
INCREDIBLE water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn 373-FIND with any corrections before
Efficiency Apt. main. Also some great buys. Quietl Will THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
N/S responsible M student needed own noon.
Starting at $185 take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 Classifieds will begin TWO
rm In NW area walk/bike to UF RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom Open weekends too. 1214473SUBLEASE
MEADOWCREST110NW39thAve a/c/heat/wash/dry/ 190/mo + utll 3-mo DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected -

lease or more Lang 377-1631. 10-19-6-5 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day

378-3988 : Union Shands No refunds or credits can be given after
F needed In or may take
n/s roommate 3bd 2ba new
375-3861 placing the ad. Changes called In after'
12-14-76-2 4 HOUSE/APT. apt In Greenwich Green $220/mon THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.

1 13ut. C.1I335.,504. 10-22-5-5 may run for any length of time

Check Our New Specials' WINDMEADOWSI Sublease a large 1 Customer error or changes:
Seeking high caliber studious, rmmt. 2''. and be cancelled at any time.
All Amenities Available bdbth unfurnished apt. Av.llablelmme. Corrections must be made in person at
28 nno drugs, responsible, broadminded
yrs but there be
Sorry can no refunds
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED diately! Call Astrid 335-6471.' '10-16-7-4' SWM The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.
demeanor
or straight GWM
Roommates Ava'lable' to share ibdr/iba for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.T .
We're No. 1 Sublet BR apt Pool, laundry, security, only reply spacious apt
w/amen. 5-lOmln.' walk to UF, $165'
+
REGENCY OAKS Pets OK, near UF $290 per month 376-
1/2elec./ Call 378-4712' '10-22-5-5
378-5766 9453 10-17-7-4

3230 SW Archer Road
COUNTRY GARDENS Female rmmt to sublet room In a 3 bdr/2/ f r

373-4500 ba apt. close to UF. l60/mo + 1/3/ util. I ye{ whczfever( ", LnIf" L4116111 '."
Needed NOWI! Call Anna at 3755624.
2001 SW 16th Street
10-16-5-4 \ Mete G.yw1iy d.rI'l flet* (fruy't j- Closet! I IP.t
,1
12-14-76-2 1 r }YO-4 YoN" W .IIt reo 4" bN L\\ 1 \ h"
't I 1 .
VI"
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2 br 1 ba spacious apt. Close to campus, ft'fP1"- ,..ct. .
SW LUXURY condo, 2BR, 11/2/ BA pool.hookups 0 h-rn .fACe{ 1 FM!
law school. October free. 464 a month.
Icemaker, near UF/shopplng. Call 375-0466, after 5 pm or leave mes Wh11/ I'll lake'rewftI ftr
Incl. water & garbage pickup, $450 KEY
'10-16-5-4'
sage.
MANAGMENT 3723080. '10-19-4-2 \\n ,w 1 Y" aDD 1 (

SPACIOUS Oakbrook Walk-F, to share 2bdr/2ba, fully wiIIt tf.\: f
furnished, equipped kit., own wash/dry. t' W
ONE BEDROOM APT.
ONLY $273/MO. Available 12-90, Must lease! $215/mo., i CArI't) iWe 14W\ r
Call 335-9234. '10-24-10-4'

4000 SW LYONS 20TH AV.APT 377-87(7 bh t7Ply! !
Look) House 'for rent. 2 or 3 Ig. bdrm/1, Ig. ; .
12-14-76-2 bth. Large yard w/ deck. Close 2 campus fY. 0 act dreause t f' j

ft mall. Pets ok $495/mth. C.1I378.7852.
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI $250 Wi JUII"
'10-17-5-4
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moves you In. Close to UF and Shards. '
3761248. 10-30-20-2 i
1 bdrm, furnished apt. In Pine Rush. Biking o\1ef J '

distance from UF. 200mo. lease
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. Have a New
(orlg. $279) 2 1/2 mo. lease and has
Year week Vacation Daytona Beach on
A/C./ Must lease. Call 334-8748 or Iv.m.g. .
lust 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. '10- .
19-13-2' '10-17-4-4 Teaks Town BrannyBUY


WALK TO UF 1bd, pool.laundry. Available
ONE MONTH FREE
now to May Furnished. 280mth. !' ?
GE
Studios and one bedroom GOO sr
Call 335-0744. '10-22-5-4 off =
from $235 Walk to UF. College
.PL'Lih 1I 1-
Park Properties 371-7777 10-31-23-2 1NRE[ % h J SSA LOOKIOet, AT MG / IlA1DRGfJtf.OON

5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE \ I
ONE MONTH FREE or security system. Plrraf. 4 ,

Villager West, central' air quiet tr
cul-de-sac. Take NW 9th Street '* Roommates available VILLAGE ka c :;OWN SoESid Y !:

from 16th Ave. 371-7777 { ((1', '
Reserve your room for fall. I
10-31-23-2 Bus service to UF and SFCC 'CU' V
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Fum or unfurn $175-$250 perroommat.month ,
ROOMMATE NEEDED. W.lk'o .
MZ Prop Mgmt.Inc. .
UF. 2br/lba. $175
CollegePark .
Realtor 375-0207
Properties 371-7777 10-19-24-5


10-31-23-2 LAKEWOOD-2bedrooms avail. In 3/2 for f1 rBRAINS
WALK TO UF, 2BR efficiency with separate
M/F Scenic
., mature n/s only. balcony, .r
entrances, shared bath ft kitchen, wash/dry. Feel safe-guard' dog. Rent negotiable r _
Incl. $275 KEY MANAGE
some utilities
ft 1/3/ utll. Call Kathy 3356477.
MENT 3723060. 10-19-4-2
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ROOMMATES ROOMMATESLIBERAL FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE

leed nonsmoker for own room In large m/f roommate wanted to BICYCLES UNDER $50 Sterling silver Gator rings. Unique design Organ-Yamaha Electone, exc condition
Iwnhouse; a/c pool,wash/dry,dep. 1 yr share 2 bdr apt In nice neighborhood 1/2 All are 10 speed race style warranted by very detailed, $18 each, Call 371-' $1000. Shipping trunk-large' $75. Air
Lai* reqd, no p.li. l60/mo' + 1/4 utlll- mile to UF, lSO/mo 1/2 util. 372- bike mechanic 3634. '10-19-5-8 ticket fr Atl to GVllle $40. Bea 3721981or
e 332-4333.. 10-17.3.5 5590. 10-19-15-5 Alex 336-1972. 10-17-4-6 leave mesiage. 10-17-2-6
KRAMER gultar'ltralllyle: 1 humbucker,
KEWOOD need nil m/f/ (for own bd/ba 6 FOR SALE Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9 2 sgl con p/ups. $250. MARSHALL lead Two East stand Homecoming tickets for
i 3bd/3b/ w/sec. system $232/mo + 1/3 mo. ago Exc. Cond Just tuned up Call Jon 20 amp -sounds like BOW $250. Will sale: $32,00 obo, Call Heidi at 1-800-225-
|nl. Call 335-8598. 10-19-5-5' 378-0586 Leave mess. 130.' 10-18-5-6 package. Call Mark 3786615. 10-18-3-6 2321 ext 7391 ((9-5)) or 1-201-233-3109.
TYPESETTERVarityper 5410.' 2 Disk 10-17-26
OOMATE NEEDED, m/f, nice house, drives,2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. Like new MICROWAVE, medium size LET'S TRADE: Alto axophone-$300
real location waterbed Inc., 215.00nt. Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Avantl. $65 or best offer. Call 332.4932 value for a computer desk w/file drawers I have one homecoming and one Gator
Call Brad 37800783323427. 10- yra. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. leave message. '10-19-5-6 and chair or will sell or buy either. Call Growl ticket. Call 375-2791' leave message
Good machine for small type shop. System Karen 371-1073' (Ivemsg ) ,10-225-6 '10-17-2-6
tudent looking lor reliable roommate. Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem-
|,l35/mo + 1/2/ util. 4th Ave between th disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at nants for your dorm or apartment. We COMPUTE R-Compaq portable w/co-pro-
12th Streets. Call Patrick 338-0768. 373-9926 for more Info. dellverl Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- cessor, 20meg new hard drive carrying DISCOUNT HI-FI
5265. blocks E, of campus. 11-9-20-6 case Very good condo $650 Call 336- 722 S. Main .The Red Bldg.
ANTED: t/ni for own room in 3br/2ba Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 6672 Bob. 10-18-36
WE ARE CHEAPER
Lpt. close to campus. ONLY $175/mo + brands are all at our New Location!Car Air conditioner-Sears Kenmore 5000 BTU
1/4/ utll for spring & summer. Call 373- Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372. window unit$120 Call Steve 375.7267 or King-size WATERBED. Semi-waveless 12-14-76-6
P773. 102255hoommate 2070. 12-14-76-6 392-0921 .xt.t 22. 10-16-26 mattress w/ heater & headboard. Excel
lent condition. $200 or best offer. Call RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem.
needed ASAP to share luxury ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Crlmeitopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 3780056. 10-18-3-6' nants for your dorm or apartment We
t/2/ In nice quiet area. Pool, Fireplace, Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Detector, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
p/W. 250/mo./ I smoke & have kitten. Call Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo. CAR ALARMS installed remote control 377.5285. 6 blocks E, of campus 10-
tev.372.8202. '10-22-5-5 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378.' 12-14-76.6' We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 16-21-6

demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv mes RACING BIKE: 14spd Shimano compo

THE MOBILE GOLDFISH 0 by Brett Schroeder sage. 10-19-38-6 nents. Aluminum frame. Complete wac
cessories. $400 firm. Call 336-1806 &
2400 BD MODEM $98 leave message. .6Classifieds.
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MICRO/CENTER Computer 378.1148 for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' BIG TOP 1988 NISSAN 200SX, black 5-spood, RX7 tan, 1984 leather Int., 70K
Editor' choice Hewlett Packard Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell Who will turn your frown upside down? tinted windows, a/c, cruise control, power ml., strong ft fast, new tires, 5 speed.
Northgate M/C Prices lower than your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds 10-17-1-8 windows, loaded. Very nice. $5300 Call $5900 obo. 374-9590 ask for Max. excel
mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, offer you the cheapest way to 1-473-2951 cond. 10-19-10-9
40mb ((28ms) Hardditk, graphics monitor. keep your real estate In the public eye 9 AUTOS
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, Where else can you keep your property In 88 RX7 SE. 47K sunroof, a/c, lint ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW
Northgate 386/20-/ $2499. Leading Edge the market for as little as four dollars a Potenza RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, excellent RATES, low payments, fast drive-
386SX laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery- day? To make It even easier, you can 1982 CAMARO, / New paint / super- $11,000 obo. Call 3767542. 10- thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277
ft 2 warranties. Onsite war ad over the phone all clean Interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt
$1995.1 year place your ; 377CARS. WE CARE. 10-18-10-9
$185. need Is valid l Visa MasterCard. Call: trans. A must seal, $3500 obo. Call
ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- a or Buick Regal 1982. Low mileage, runs
HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. University 373-FIND today to place your ad. 335-2202 leave message 10-17-3-9 great many new parts asking $2400.
Pontiac 1000 1964 excellent condition
Ave. 12-14-52-6 Rockwood Villas condo 2/2/ for sale 1986 NISSAN 200SX ale/ 8peed.power Call 373-6567 or 374-8640. 10-22-5-9 new clutch, tires, starter. 84k miles a/c,
windows, cruise control, black,
am/fm asking only $1600 or best offer call
CUSTOM COMPUTERS by owner. 3351982. tinted windows, 1 owner, extra nice. 1976 Chevy van w/130,000 miles. Runs 334.5290.10.111.5.9.
286-12 w/1 meg ram, graphics monitor, 10-23-9-7 $5300 Call 1.473.21151. 10-18-5-9 good; body not so good. Still has many
40 meg hard drive, 1 yr on-site $925 others miles left.' Fort McCoy 12362161. 10-
avail. 332-8333. 10-26-15-6 Get your real estate license. Tu & Th 1985 Ford LTD Wagon. Excellent condition 88' Honda CRX HF,white wblue Interior,
evenings 6-10 pm 818 W Univ. Ave. Loaded run great. NICE CAR. 1974 Cougar XR7, runs good, looks good. 32,000ml, 5-tpeod, new front tires, great
Mountain Bjke-Schwinn Sierra 18 Starts Oct. 23 371-2787 Florida Centerfor Will sell at loan value-12350. Call 332- 2 new tires, new camshaft, lifters, oil gas mileage, very dependable, please
speeds. All components by Exage. Excellent Real Estate Education 10.23.8.7 3690. 10-16-5-8 pump, Black. $800 call karl 378-9266. call 3719886. 10-19-8-9
condition. Asking $300. 1-591-

2932 Ben. 10-16-5-6 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED Porsche 944-Blaupunkt-optlons-new I _

BIKES) Cannondale criterium w/ tires-brakes-eng. Fast & beautiful, $aOk THEATRES There/ A Difference! "
look for only 12995. 332-7550 alt.r3p.m.
Shimano $350. Mas! pro Italian bike w/ REPAIR 10-19-5-9 DAILY TWI-UTS SHOW
campagnolo. Both race ready ft In perfect Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery OAKS MALL 10 NU between
condition 334-9533. 10.I 8-5-8 available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, BMW 3201-automatic-great stereo-sun OAKS MALI 6309 WWBIRRY ROAD__ S..e
across from Alley Katz 3363825. 10-31. roof-new tires-brakes-engine. Look OAKS 6 EAST OAKS 4 WEST
PERSONA halloween costumes Reserve 37.8 good-run good-$4995. 332-7550 all.r3p.m. 331-8818 msiH OAKS MALL ADJACENT TO MAIL I
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AUTOS WANTED SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED


1969 beige classic convertible Beetle. HOMECOMING & GROWL TIX NEEDED ** LET'S PARTY ....RESUMESComplete **** Jobs In USA and overseas. All occupa-
New top, new pail, rebuilt engine. Rum 378-8278 leave
Message. 10-16-5-10 Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ writing & development ser tions. Don't limit yourself to those few
$2800 obo. Call
Sacrifice at
great. Tylerat service all mu.lcallormall. '12-14-42- vices. Resume House 3718148. 12-14- companies that recruit on campus Jump
3769802. 10-19-4-9 I NEED 4 AUBURN TIX BAD! Call Al- "11 76-12_ start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters -

FIERO excellent issa 373-8362. today Write to C.A.S., 652 W.
PONTIAC running
1985
10-16-2-10 Typlng/Wordprocesslng/ WordPerfect Palm Ave. Placenpia, Ca. 92670. 11-21-
** GATOR MOVING **
condition; great gas mileage: 5-ipeed; 5.1, quality work, ,fast results, low rates, 50.13
new rubber & brakes; ONLY 1 gOO; Call TIX-Need 2 Auburn $35/each/ Need 6 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- dependable, personal service. Tare 332-

3326731. 10-16-5-9 Georgia tlx 40each. Call Jeff 407-894- LlC/lnt.Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves. Long dn. 1469. 12-14-76-12_ Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate
Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-76-
4666 No collect calls. 1018.310 In new drug study for the treatment
1981 Dodge Omni 4-ipeed, rebuilt carb & 11 TypingLaser Typesetting of jock itch (fungus of groin), call
trans, very dependable, good mpg, runt GATOR GROWL TICKETS FOR SALE 8 resumes reports letters etc. 3315379. 12-12-63-13
great Asking $975. Call John 377.9050Iv together CHEAP 3776724. 10194.10 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 378.5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave
m.... 10-19-7-8 boarding woodser facilities Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA. US

Wanted-Ont Growl and/or Homecoming hay rides A parties sales working Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1805.687.6000 -
1986 Buick Century Est Wag. Auto ticket. Will consider trade for Auburn students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. Put It In writing Fast accurate, reliable. Ext. K-9486. 10-22-21-13

am/fm/ beige/brown ext velour ins. 1 tickets( ). Call Scott at 334-9598. 10-17. 12-14-76-11 Masters In English will correct spellingand
owner-exc cond. Asking $5200 call 332. 2-10 edit. Transcribing 3731937. 10-29- .9. NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay Top

5012. 10-18-4-9 *SUNBELT MOVING* 30-12_ Families, NY and Vicinity Au Pairs

Need tickets to AKRON.UF. Need desperately Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies. Only Inc. 1-800-468-8889. 11-7-30-13
1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door Will pay $$ Call Rick 813-933- ,1- Item -House full. Local/Lng/ dist. Term Papers Typeset Resumes
locks, seats, windows, a/c, am/lm tape, S26S 10-17-2-10 Lie/In Priced for Studentil Marty 375- Business A Legal Personal Etc. Singing Messenger Wanted: Must be outgoing
auto wht ext/blu Int. Exc condo must MOVE. 12-14-78-11 G'ville Handicapped Typing Valid Driver's License Balloons &
sell best offer 3345053. 10-19-11-9 YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 Bears. Ask for Brad. 3751199. 10-23-8-
11 SERVICESNW 12-14-50-12 13
AAA STORAGE _

10 WANTEDLocal Mini storage at 1-75 t NW 39th Ave Close to UF, Convenient, $1/page accurate, fast, & reliable. Graduate BE ON T.V many needed lor commer.
4x4x4 $ Slmo
near Oaks Mall area 5 x S to 10 x 20 f from 4x8x8 $30/mo school approved, 12 years experi cials. Now hiring all ages For casting
Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917. ence. Mary 3720706. 10-17-2-12 info. Call ((615)779-7111) Ext. T-235. 10-
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771'
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 12-14-76-11' 16-1-13
Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 12-14-76-11 TLC. for your papers, theses, etc. Mac

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 2 & later, graphics, spell check, edit, FULL OR PART-TIME Earn 10% commission
NEED AUBURN TIX. Have 2 Growl & 2homecoming Get confidential testing and treatment at *FREE* 373.9619. leave message. 1.50 per dbl on playbill ad sales for HippodromeState

game tickets. Willing to PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. Pregnancy Test cep pg. 10-22-5-12 Theatre Start Immediately; set
make trade and/or/ pay $$. Call 336-9413. Gainesville Women' your own schedule. Training and supplies
10-17-5-10 SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL. HEALTH CENTER Quality typing done quickly and correctly. provided. Earn $17.50 to $120.00 per
720 NW 23rd Avenue Reasonable rates. Call Kym 334-9156.
sale. Must provide own
LEGE Are available! Millions go unclaimed transportation.
377-5055 10-18-3-12 Phone Mike McLane 373-5968 for inter-
NEED AUBURN TIX yearly, 1-800-334-3881 :
11-19-50-11' ABORTION (To 24 Wks) view. 10-22-5-13
Call 378-3906 BIRTH CONTROL Typing & Typesetting Thesis,

10-18-5-10 Personal Protection, tear Gynecology Services Diss, Manuscripts ONLY Drivers Needed. Flexible shifts, days &
gas pocket 12-14-75-11' Experienced see Grad Sch list
nights. Call Today. GATOR PIZZA. 372-
Need 2 tix for Growl and 4 six for Homecoming sized $13.95. Great gift LCM 2841 A KB Williams 332-1402 12-14- 8202. 10-22-5-13
Gam PLEASE Call Tracy 332- Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. $COLLEGE MONEY Private scholarships 40.12
33408. 10-31-26-11 _
5430. 10-18-3-10 College Scholarship Locators pob Asst. Mgr. Needed ASAP. Must be highly

nmpmll NO WAITING! 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 800.879- 13 HELP WANTED motivated and able to work with people
i 7Eo1 7485. 12-14-75-11 Must have car and insurance. Call Today.
TAN SEIZED CARS
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Gator Pizza. 3728202. 1022.5.13BUSINESS

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I $19 95 | reliable van or pick-up truck and be available -
Info. Keychaln' unit or home canister
motorhomes FBI. Call
by
GainesvilleGym from 5 ..m. until 0 ..m. Monday
$17.95 each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok.
f aNweas. QCflfj 378800 ((805)) 682-7555, Ext. C-1670. Visa/MC phone orders) Sent immediately through record Friday.and Must valid have Florida excellent driver driving li 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
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Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West
504-751-0495 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
University Avenue. Ask for the route
CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 12-
driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative
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Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional 14-7'5-14' .
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
care In peaceful surroundings.

Daily turnout grooming and TLC 462- ,_ Babaloua NewUsedNew Records
5127. 11-2-40-11 Tapes A CDs is now open In Butler
AVON 375-8967
Plaza In the Mml-Mall n.x110
Sell Avon Full Part-time. We Train.
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BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 for good used tapes & CDs so call

335-3665 or bring your stuff In.

1233 NW 10th Ave. EARN $35This 10-16-10-14

372-1664 week for your blood plasma donation
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MC/VISA/lnsurance with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem

Free Pregnancy Test allows you to donate in 1/2 the

P, Member time! Study while you donate or watch Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
;./" National Abortion Federation video Free Parking. Gainesville Donor prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
12-14-53-11, Center. Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378- Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
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check/money order to: Teachers Support A national 'full service brokerage firm Is Blrkenstock Sandals.

This Is Services Box 2585 Apopka, FL 32704 ph looking for hard-working motivated people Sunflower Health Foods

.., 407-889-8469. 11-2-20-11 to work In their Palm Beach Gardens 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
office. Call Mr. Dollar 1-800-821-9494. 12-14-76-15

*Associate Tutoring* 10-4-1-13

NoWayToTake English Math Humanities, etc... PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate
I If! you need help, Call 335-7746. 10-23- INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED CIA. US test re.ullllrom. reliable source -
'\\\ 10-11 Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. List- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.
Ings. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9486. 121478.15

Your Will watch your children In my SW home, 10-31-21.13
weekdays, while you go to achool or String saleGamma, Prince Head, Wil-
work. I am a mother of on*. Call 373- ENTREPENEUR TYPE "A" PERSON son-syn gut $10, other stores $20+. At .,
7380: 10-17-5-11 ALITY? EARN UP TO $4000. EZ Tennis, we don't match priceswe

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Attention StudentsFREE money! U.S. put.

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In prior years at UF,Albritton has played
UF:teams' A sellout crowd of 72,000 is expected for the JEFF MORIARTY
two in three tournaments, Craig in seven and
which will start at 1:30 Alligator Writer
game : p.m. It will be the Hammer in five.
UF's Doug Prodlan and Gators' first-ever matchup with the Zips. The UFmen's golf team begins play today UF finished third in last year's tournament
Bruce Haddad defeated Gary Troops to receive UF gamesU.S. in the Louisiana State National Invitational when the team had three Ail-Ameri
Finnegan and Jeff Mager In, soldiers in Saudi Arabia who want to keepup at English Turn Country Club in New Orcans..
the doubles' final of the with the Gators and other SEC schools will leans. Coach Buddy Alexander said he hopes
Southern Collegiate Championships be able to have their fill of conference football at The 23rd-ranked team of Tony Soerries, the new lineup will turn around his team in
on' UF's Varsity the end of this month. Pat Bates, Keith Albritton, Brian Craig and this tournament.
Courts Monday.Prodlan and Kevin Hammer will face four other tanked This tournament is important in the selections -
Haddad won'64, 6-4 in the The University Athletic Association, in coop- teams including No. 6 Oklahoma State. for the NCAA Regionals," Alexander
tournament that was delayed eration with SportsChannel Florida and the SEC, Soerries, the top Gator in the team's first said."We are playing another great golf
nearly 'a\week, :because of will send monthly videotape shipments of UF two tournaments, and Bates, a returning course,and I'm anxious to see how we play,
rain. ; "p1 \'V':' Arabia.OPEN sporting. events to several military units in Saudi All-American,are the only players who have especially with three new players in the
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17th I Peace enjoys life without footballBy


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in Associated MATT ADAMS wasn't room for a guy who hada
Alligator Writer big salary and sat on the
bench. So they let me go."
Wayne Peace remembers He later tried out for the

Press PollWhen Georgia. Miami Dolphins, the Cincinnati
"I came out into the stadiumthe Bengals and the San Diego
( Gator Bowl in Jacksonville) Chargers but failed to make any
the Gators took on Tennessee in and saw all those people mov- rosters.

Knoxville Saturday, they hoped to prove ing, but I was too nervous to The last cut from the Char-
themselves worthy of the No. 9 ranking be- hear anything," Peace said."That's gers ended his professional
stowed upon them last week by the AssocI- when I realized this was football career."I .

ated Press. big-time college football." went back to Lakeland,
But after UF took a 45-3! beating from the Peace was UPs starting quar- started State Farm (Insurance
W: 4-0-2 Volunteers, the sportswriters who vote terback from 1980 until he grad- Agency) there," he said. "I got
in the poll may have thought they were a little uated in 1983. During his married, had a baby boy.
too hasty in placing the Gators among thenation's career, he passed for 7,206 "Everything's going very r

finest. yards. and 34 t touchdowns. while nice. I'm enjoying l life."
leading the oators 10 He said that football -
Ginn a 27-15-1 record. taught him how to
NOTEBOOKOF On Sept. 13, 1982, What everhappened deal with people, almost
Peace was on the a job requirement I w

cover of Sports Illus- to... 'for his new
((5-1)! ) fell to No. 17 in AP's Top-25 trated. A framed profession
poster of that cover "All the guys (on
college football poll, the news agency an-
nounced Monday. It is the Gators' lowest is still on display at the team) came fromUF's
ranking since they vaulted seven spots to No. Sports Informa- such different backgrounds -
10 two weeks ago. tion department. and that !living -
The Volunteers, who are tied with Auburn "It was such a thrill and working
because I've been a tctoefher really taught
the Southeastern Conference
atop jumpedtwo -
spots to No. 3 after their big homecomingwin big Sports Illustrated fan sinceI me how to work with people,"
over the Gators.Meanwhile I was a kid," he said, laughing. he said. "If my son were to play

,Virginia has taken over the top "Every Thursday I would run sports, that's what I'd like himto
1 spot after No. 1 Michigan lost to Michigan out and buy the new issue. learn."
State 28-27 Saturday.Michigan fell to No. 10. After leaving UF, he signed a More than just lessons,
Miami jumped one spot to No. 2 after contract with the Tampa Bay Peace said that being a player,
Bandits of thenowdefunct pl.N>rl"lIv hnn; n"
blanking Kansas 34-0, and Florida State '
t q quarterback;; ; ;
.. moved up three spots to No. 7 after an idle gave
United States During
week. him an advantage
Football League, in
finding work
Odom to play against Auburn
saying that he Peace's UF after UFowanted
Inside linebacker Jerry Odom likely will
miss Saturday's homecoming game against to stay he He said the day ,
close to home. career, qty
after he
was re-
Akron, UF coach Steve Spurrier said.
Odom is out 2-3 weeks with a sprained That Bandits team passed for leased by the
was coached by ALLIGATOR PHOTO
knee he suffered in the third quarter of lastweekend's UF head coach 7,206 yards ceived Chargers three, he calls re- Wayne Peace, one of UPs best quarterbacks, Is now I
game against the Volunteers.But Steve Spurrier and from businesses living In Lakeland and works for an Insurance agency.
Odom said Monday he'll play in UFs and 94 touch-
was led by quarter- wanting him to In- I
Nov. 3 contest against No. 5 Auburn.
back John Reeves, downs. terview with them.
"I'll definitely be back for the Auburn passing efficiency. His junior were not always difficult.
now a UF assistant "I_ ten____ .rerrnitaInTile' ____ _
game," Odom said. "I wanted to play this coach. n year he completed almost 71 "All we did was throw little
week, but the trainer said it wouldn't be a that if you want to go to schoolin percent of his passes a South- sprint out passes in the flat and
good idea. But I only have five games left in But the Bandits didn't have Florida,UF is the place to go," eastern Conference and at the down the middle. I think we
my career, so I want to be out there." much room for Peace."I he said."You've got the world by time, a National Collegiate Ath- averaged about 85 percent com-
Defense drops In rankings came in and the team and the tail if you just keep your letic Association record. pletions. Not real glamorous,
the league was having financial nose clean and do a good job." But he admits "
When UFs usually unbeatable defense the passes:! but guaranteed five yards.
took a pounding from the Volunteers' run- problems," he said. "There just Peace defined "a good job"in

ning game Saturday, it was forced to give up
its spot as the top defense in the SEC. Basketball
practice beginsBy
UF fell from seventh to 10th in the nation UPITop,25 W

., in yards allowed a game. The Gators have onaU'Board of J -
allowed an average of 256.17 yards a game, Coaches Top:23 college football MATT FOGLESON said he liked what he saw. ming pool and asking for help
second only in the SEC to Auburn ((237.80)). ratings, with record'and f Alligator Writer Today went great.The prac- from above to return as soon
The Gators rank 12th overall againstopponents' first-place votes irf parenthe- tice was very up-tempo,"Garcia as possible.
.
passing games and 15th overall set total points (based on 15 H The UF basketball team's said. "Thafs what we need to "Working the leg in the pool,
against the run.The UF defense has allowed .points for first place,"'14 for.: first practice Monday was be a good team." you forget about the pain,"said
16 points each game, a figure that ties themat ,, ) much different than the past Kruger. also said the team Poole, who ran full-court drills
19th in the nation. few-seasons. was glad the NCAA investigation with probable starters Chat-
UF quarterback Shane Matthews, despite week's Rather than practicing on ended before the season man', Garcia and Dwayne
passing for a season-low 119 yards Saturday, the O'Connell Center's game. started. Davis. "My knee's feeling
remains the SEC's secondranked passer court amid hundreds of basket "As .a university, I think great. When I first came out I I.
with an efficiency rating of 134.68. That fig- Newtrll a 4-t !110414a a4 7aa ball-starved fans wearing Mid- we're glad to have it behindus didn't have confidence, but I
ure places Matthews 17th in the nation. ? I'll night Madness shirts,the team ," Kruger said. "It doesn't felt better later I prayed a lot,
Matthews also leads the conference with quietly opened on a practice affect this team now." and that's the truth."
1,464 passing yards. He ranks second in the 304 .12 court in a corner"of the dome, Senior forward Livingston
SEC in total offense, averaging 239.83 yardsa where a few curious fans Chatman, who quit the team, Poole said his knee felt 98
but that he would be at
game. peaked in to see what was last November, and sophomore percent
4.' And running back Errict Rhett, who had going on.Firstyear. forward Stacey Poole, full strength by the team'sopening
four carries for 10 yards Saturday, is third in coach Lon Kruger'' who Injured his knee this summer game at the Universityof
the SEC with 75.83 yards a game. ran his team through defensiveand practiced with the team South Florida on Nov. 24.
Gators get Monday off offensive drills. Kruger Monday. Kruger said Poole's hard
The Gators took the day off from practice said he was satisfied with his Chatman was expected to work and upbeat attitude
Monday. Practice will resume today as UF first glimpse of the team."I practice,but Poole's status was helped get him, ready earlier
prepares for Saturday's meeting with 3-3-1 thought their effort was in question. than expected.The .

Akron. good," Kruger said after prac- Poole, last season's team court was full of players
tice."A pretty normal first day." Most Valuable Player said he
see Notebook, page 15 Monday, as 15 practiced. Last
., - - Senior guard Renaldo Garcia i has been.running: in the swim-: year,the roster dwindled to 10.


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t it 11m It 0 1 1iIa '-sdch heU, VOLUME 84, NUMBER 36 s-wwr TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1990 AIDS role-playing may alter student attitudes By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer Mumbling and anxious, about 25 campus leaders on Monday played the parts of AIDS victims and their loved ones in a role-playing exercise that may soon find its way into UF classrooms, Microbiology Professor Parker Small introduced the roleplaying technique to UF's AIDS and HIV Infection Task Force members and said it can be combined with education to increase student knowledge and change attitudes. Small said education is not a curesall prevention of the virns, Encouraging people to actively participate ifl play can lead to a growth in personal awareness "Vaccines are on the way," Small said 'We don't know how far down the road It's only education that we've got working for us." Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen, UF Infirmary director Boyd Kel Covigton, as well Encouraging people to actively participate in discussion and roleplay can lead to a growth in personal awareness. lett and Student Government Health Cabinet director Michelle as other campu, s l ficia Is broke u) into the four nemober actIng groups evonda v alternloon lhe It lti]Jhappen o Fle' st-ri nired (;II a man t&ellimt his fianCee he's been diag nlosed wilh [it H1V virus The couple ,who never had sex. then has to deal with the social, ethical and eta le situation, as well as a rush of confusing feelings Small said lecturing oil In, deadly trolts of AIDSwon Inecessarily stop siUIden front having unproteted sex, ust like telling (lie hard soikers that their nut h-enjoyed habia Isu IIheal hy DlavIClaaIl Ronlnherg, a task lorte iodon lront [it Norih (e Vll il 1101da All)S No work sad role-playiig s extiemltely efet& live because people can avod Idmrlitiomg an thing they're not ready to eteal Roniiberg sid he tried TJIplayLIg II classrooms and had tnIhusiastit response Covington a]o has partlcipated mi role playing In some of her health classes, and see AIDS. pat 7 Parade, banquet part of Homecoming festivities By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Alligator Writer There's more to the than Gator Growl and a football game. UF's 66th annual Homecoming celebra tion, based on the theme 'We Ought To Be In Putures' will feature a week of events for students, alumni and the Gainesville community. More than 100,000 people are expected to 1990 Homecoming it winds down University Avenue at noon on Friday, said Rob Sniffen, general chairman of Homecoming Before the parade, the two-nile Gator More than 100,000 people are expected to watch UF's Homecoming Parade on television orin person. watch UF's Homecoming Parade on television or in person as Gallop "fun run'' begis north of Percy Beard Track and along Fraternity Row at 11 30 a ni Runners receive a T-shirt for an S8 advance regis ration fee, which hikesto$9on the day of the run "The rn is more community-oriented," Sniffen said see Homneoming, page 7 Professor to study impact of murders on community By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer A UF clinical psychologist will study the effects the murders of five local college students have had on the mental health of Gainesville residents and students Michael Herkov, a psychologist in tF's psychiatry department, will use a $15,000 grant from the National Institute of Justice as a start-up fund to study the effects of the serial murders. "We're looking at the presence of any psychological distress and at people's coping mechanisms for dealing with the tragedy," Herkov said The murders may have had a tremendous impact on the UF community because they were so unexpected, he said. 'Fre only similar type of event (that im. pacts) like the murders are natural disasters," he said, 'The situation is different, though, because in those cases you have warning -the event occurs and then it's over. With this process, people aren't sure if this thing is over' Herkov has already sent a questionnaire to 1,500 UF students and will survey 2,000 to 4,000 Gainesville residents to determine what lasting effects the murders have had "We'll be asking questions concerning what people have done to feel safe," he said. "We're using some questions about how they perceive things happening In the world and how they're affected Surveyed residents and students will be contacted several times after the initial survey has been completed to assess the impact of the murders through time. "We'll contact people who gave us permission to survey again after three months, six months and a year has passed," he said "We'll be able to track individuals over time to see how they cope with this tragedy and how they heal. "'his study will produce a model that law enforcement people can use to help folks that have been affected by a similar crime." UF employee sued over pet wolves.5 Basketball practice begins quietly. 16 Student Body President MI Chiles' campaign for gover 29 s NATALEE WATERS-ALLIGATOOR chael Browne speaks at a rally In support of Lawton nor in the Plaza of the Americas Monday afternoon. t HJES adKIA a"Aw I k t

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The National Classics Honor Society meets tonight at 530 in the classics conference room. Call Cathy at 373-5156 Get high: The UF Falling Gators sprt parachute club meets tonight at 7 on the Orange & Brew patio. Call Steve at 3734247 Get triangular: Florida Triathletes meet tonight at 8 30 in Florida ISSN 0889-2423 Gym Roxm 216 Call 335-3198 Get supportive: Community In Support of the People of latin Amer ica meetsevery Tuesday night at 7 at the Methodist Student Center on West University Avenue Call 3737639 or 375-6578 Get supportive agaIn: A diabetes support group meets tonight at 7 in Student Health Care Center Room 201 All students with diabetes are welcome. Call 392-1161. ext. 208 Get ready: The Chinese Club meets tonight at 7 to discuss Homecoming activities in Reitz Union Room 121. Call Kitty at 334-7822 Get heard: The Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting Society meets tonight at 6 30 in Weimer Hall Room 1094. 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TUESDAY, OCTOBER16, 1990, AJGA1DR, 3 By JACK REJTMAN Alligator Writer Administrators who have kept their distance from Student Government for years are being asked to approve the excuses of student senators who want to leave for the summer in an amendment the Senate will consider tonight Outgoing student senators will have their last chance tonight to pass a bill that would remove senators who leave UF for the summer -a bill that has been tied up in Judiciary Committee since early July Senators sent the summerreplacement bill back to the Judiciary Committee last week to discuss amending the bill to allow for exceptions, such as financial-aid dependents, international students with alien statusand students with military obligations. In the past, student senators who wanted to leave their seats for the summer were able to sign over their seats to anyone they chose, and then get the seats back when they returned in the fall. Trent because she said this way, students won't make the decisions of whether to remove an elected official from office. Also included in the amendment is a request that departing senators give the Replacement and Agenda Committee a list of three senators they would prefer to take their seats. Markus said she will propose this so that senatorscan choose someone who agrees with their views. I n the amendment, senators wanting to sign over their seats would have to give their reasons to a group of administrators who will verify the excuse's legitimacy. In the amendment senators will consider tonight, senators wanting to sign over their seats would have to give their reasons for leaving to a group of administrators who will verify the excuse's legitimacy Sen Gloria Markus proposed the amendbecause it possibly in If the bill doesn't pass in tonight's first meeting, it will be reintroduced after a group of 40 newly elected senators is sworn in during tonight's second meeting But off-campus Sen Chris Tompkins said having to take extra time with the bill is not necessanly a bad idea. If a poorly written bill is passed, someone just will have to fix it later, he said '"is law cannot affect anyone until summer, so there's no rea son for us to rush and get this through" Tompkins said. When senators first heard the hill Oct. 2, it did not provide for exemptions "I hesitate making exceptions opens the door, maybe not now but the future, for more and more ex ceptions," said Judiciary Committee Chairman Adam Tanenbaum "But I won't know how to vote until I listen to the debate Expo to teach use of ID card All-in-one student ID cards will be ready by Dec. 26. and UF will require that students have them, UF officials said Monday Lyn White. coordinator of UF's student ID card systems, said the card will be mandatory beginning this spring Interim UF Assistant Admiistrative Affairs Vice President Ed Poppell said he plans to announce the card will be ready for campus-wide use at "The ID Card Expo" today at 2 p m in the Reitz Union Ballroom The Expo was created to leach facuity and staff members how to use the card and serve students better, White said Poppell said he will discuss the card's origin and how IF will use it but won't demand UF facilities adopt the card. The card can be used now as a library card and a picture ID "I will not be setting the policy every application," Poppell said for Likely applications next spring include cashing checks on campus and admitting IF students to free campus events, Poppell said Cards are available on the Reitz Union's second floor for SS -MIKE BRUSCELL Gainesville man jailed for rape Police charged a Gainesville man with the rape of a 19year-old woman Saturday in a southwest home, but will not confirm whether she is a UF student, Alachua County Sheriffs spokesL=n Lt. Spencer Mann said Monday Dernck Alexander Kozich, 20, 4455 SW 34th St., was arrested Saturday at 4 am .an hour-and-a-half after the woman told deputies she had been raped, Mann said But Mann refused to comment on whether the woman nteinds UF fie also did not know whether Kozicr is a student. Kozich is not listed in I 'F's co,puter directory of students Mann said the woman had been at a party in the house and gone into one of the bedrooms to sleep She told police Kozich then entered the room, struggled with her and raped her, Mann said Konch was being held achua County jail in he bail Monday night at the Aof S25.000 Paintin' Bator UFfreshmen Michele Ritchie and Leigh Graeber help decorate Mr. Submarine. Storefronts along University Avenue are painted as part of Homecoming festivities. Locks, ID engraving help limit bike theft By MICHELLE M. ROTH Alligator WArter Julian Smyle carries his bike up three flights of stairs, dismantles it and brings the pieces to class each day. "It's kind of an expensive bike, and I don't want it to get stolen," said Smyle, 20, a public relations student. "I don't want to become a statistic." Of the 115,000 bikes parked on campus each year, 350 are stolen, UF police spokeswoman Angie lipton said Bikes account for one-third of all petty theft on campuss, she said Other thefts include backpacks, purses and items taken from student housing The most popular bikes stolen are mountain bikes but if a bike thief canit take the whole bike, he often will settle for just parts, Town said, "A bike thief will take what he can get," she said "If people want to get something, they'll get it." Most of the bikesthat are stolen aren't locked or are improperly locked with ineffective locks, lipton said. At least 80percent of the locked bikes that are stolen are locked with a chain or other ineffective locks, ipton said These kinds of locks can be easily broken with bolt cutters v'Ihe most effective lock is a U-lock," said Richard Lorenzo, store manager of The Bike Route, 1304 W University Ave "U-locks are much harder to break into when you lock the frame and wheel to a solid, immovable object Stolen bikes may be resold in used bike stores, said MierCohen, manager of Bike's and More, 2133 NW Sixth Ave "It's very hard to keep track of who owns the bike because it changes hands many times," he said, Cohen usually checksthe driver license of a person trying to sell a used bike to the store. If the person looks suspicious, then Cohen will call the police with the serial number of the bike to see if it has been reported stolen A big problem in recovering stolen bikes is that many students do not know the serial number of their bike, Tipton said HF police, in cooperation with the Gainesville Police Depart merit, began the nationwide PrOgram, Operation I.D., two years ago to help recover stolen bikes, Precautions are necessary to prevent theft, Tipton said, but a better way is to buy a less expensive bike 'The best bet is to buy a cheap bike so that if it is stolen. it won't be as hard to replace." she said "Don't bring an expensive bike to school, but if you do, lock it up properly correction Alan Goodman and Mercedes Hale won Moot Court Cup Competition Friday The Alligator reported otherwise on this page Monday. SG to decide bill's fate

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4, AUIGATOR TUESDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1990 Florida marks first encephalitis death MELBOURNE (UPI) -A 58-year-old woman who had been comatose for two months died of St Lowes encephalitis, the first fatality in Flonda's current outbreak of the mosquito-bome disease, stte health officials said Monday Alvena Patton of West Melbourne died at Holmes Regional Medical Center on Saturday She was admitted Aug 18 and lapsed into a coma Aug 21, according to the state Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Her husband, Harry Patton, said she was in a coma for four weeks before doctors were able to confirm she was an encephalitisvictim. However, he said they had suspected the virus Health officials have confirmed 34 cases of encephalitis in Florida since July 28. There are 21 more suspected cases Florida's chief health officer issued an advisory Monday urging communities to hold Halloween ac lavities in the afternoon instead of in the evening to reduce children's risk of exposure to mosquitoes The virus is spread by mosquitos, which pick Up the virus by feeding on infected birds. The virus produces symptoms such as fever, headaches, light sensitivity, muscle weakness, upset stomach and other flu-like signs There is no cure For most healthy adults, symp toms disappear in about five days. But for very young children, those over 55 and those who are already in poor health, the virus could cause coma or death During the last encephalitis outbreak in 1977, 110 cases were confirmed and eight people died Senate to approve massive defense cuts WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Senate prepared Monday to approve the largest single-year cut in military spending since the end of the Vietnam War, despite the risk of combat in the Persian Gulf that could turn into the largest U.S. military operation since Indochina. The Senate was set to approve a $268.2 billion defense appropriations bill for fiscal 1991 that would be $20 billion less than what President Bush asked for at the beginning of the year, and nearly $16 billion less than what Congress approved last year, In an attempt to quickly finish the bill, the Senate restricted amendments to a handful, leaving several major issues for Senate and House negotiators to settle. The major controversy centered on the B-2 stealth bomber, a plane designed to escape radar detection, The bomber has been a major point of argument in Congress since the waning of the Cold War The Senate Appropriations Committee approved about $5 billion for acquisition of two &-2s plus components for six more that would be purchased in the next fiscal year The House voted to cancel the B-2 program but allocated $1.6 billion to complete testing. Sen. Patrick Leahy. D-Vt., planned to offer an amendment cutting the program by $2.7 billion Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, the floor manager for the bill, said the measure represented "the largest reduction of military spending since the end of the Vietnam War" He said if the huge increases in military spending of the 1980sareconsidered,"itmay be the largest reduction in military spending in the history of the United States" At the same time, warning colleagues against further cuts, Inouye said the United States must avoid fractuing the armed services as it did after World War II, and the wars in Korea and Vietnam. The bill does not contain money for Operation Desert Shield in the Persian Gul. Congress earlier approved $2.1 billion and money for the military operation will be included in separate legislation The legislation also contains funds for one Trident submarine and one SSN-21 class nuclear attack submarine, and $238 million for research, development and testing of the V-22 Osprey, a horizontal-vertical takeoff aircraft for the Marine Corps. The Senate bill killed the Milstar satellite communications program, ended the air-defiense, anti-tank system and deferred $1 billion for procurement of the MX missile. But it rejected the decision to ternmnate tht M-1 Abramns tank production. Sikh militants kill 24 people in Punjab AMRITSAR, India (UPI) -Sikhs seeking independence in the state of Punjab killed at least 24 people during the weekend, including nine felled in a shootout with militants at a farmhouse, police said Monday. just before dawn Monday about 12 militants stormed the farmhouse of Nirmal Singh in Dhual Kalan, a village in the outskirts of the Sikh holy city of Amritsar, 250 miles northwest of New Delhi, police said. Police and village residents said militants killed Singh and eight other inmates in the ensuing shoot out. The attackers snatched their victim's weapons as they fled the village after the gunfight, shouting FORr LAUDERDALE (UPI) -A jury was selected Monday to hear the obscenity case against Miami rapgroup2 Uve Crew, and opening arguments are scheduled to begin Tuesday. The diverse panel was selected on the sixth day of jury selection. Included on the jury of four women and two men -including one black woman -are a middle school assistant principal a diesel mechanic, a retired hospital sudinstratlon worker, a sociology professor, a retired cook and an ofce clerk. Two white men and a black woman were selected as alternates. Deene attorney Bruce Rogow has said that in pro-independence slogans. Authorities were unable to say why the farmhouse was attacked. Some villagers said militants attacked Singh because he was an alleged smuggler and an illicit liquor vendor, while others said the attack was aimed to seize Singh's weapons, which included two powerful assault rifles. Militants ambushed a security patrol on a routine duty in the Amritsar district Sunday night, killing all four of them, police said. Sikh militants carried out several attacks across the state between Sunday evening and Monday noon, killing at least II people, police said. obscenity trial order to haveafair trialheneedsjurorswhoareblack and have knowledge of rap music or at least have an open mind about saualbr explicit lyrics. Broward County Circuit Judge Jue Johnson did not swear in the jury Monday because she had decided to sequester then once the testimony begin. She gave them the evening to be with their families and ordered them to report back to cqurt at 9 a.m. Thesedy. The trial is expected to last about two weeks. Group members lather Campbell, Christopher Wosigwon and Mark Ross sit charged with giving an obscene performance at a Hollywood dub in June. 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IJESrDAY, OCTOBER 16, I990. ALLIJAlOR 5 Neighbors howling about UF employee's pet wolves By OUANE ROMANELLO Dorsey said the wolves aren't that noisy the type of care the wolves are receiving own the wolves Alligator Writer and that UF noise expert Calvin Oliver tested "I don't think one of those women (Dorsey "I'm glad we got them in court," Aggers her home and found the noise levels to be or her daughter) could stop a wolf if he took said. "But the county still hasn't done anyBarbara Dorsey can't understand why acceptable under Gainesville codes, off after a rabbit," Aggers said thing about it. They definitely have grounds people don't like her pe appealing the decision," Dorsey said. Domrs said the wolves are not essive to force them to move." Dorsey, an Alachua County resident and UFsjournalism department secretary, owns 18 Canadian-hybrid wolves. The wolves are a mixture of Tindra, Tundra and Arctic wolves and a small percentage of malamute dog. Dorsey said she is being discriminated against because of the species of animal she owns. "I'm being run out of my home." she said. Dorsey's trouble began in 1988 when she moved from Gainesville to a home near Newberry. After arriving at her new home, Dorsey found the neighbors unreceptive to her animals. Two years later, the conflict continues. Dorsey and her son now have been taken to court and convicted of violating an Alachua County noise ordinance. Chris Barnes, another UF employee who has heard the wolves, said she doesn't find the noise offensive. "My house dog makes more noise than those wolves," Barnes said. But Howard Aggers, a neighbor of the Dorsays, has a different opinion. "Were talking about a high-pitched howl four to 10 times a day, not the low barking of a yard dog," Aggers said. "People up to a mile away can hear the sound. .I feel Dr. Calvin Oliver wasn't being very scientific in the test he conducted and that he was doing Barbara Dorsey a favor because they both work at the University of Florida." Aggers mid other neighbors fear for their children's safety and are concerned about y aggi and am kept in a secure, sanitary environment, including a fenced-in exercise yard. "These wolves are very shy," Dorsey said. "Because they're captive-bred they could not survive in the wild. They were all bottle-fed since they were 5 days old, and now they eat fresh turkey, chicken and beef." Capt. Barry Cook of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission described the wolves' living conditions as more than adequate. "The housing facility meets state specifications quite well," Cook said "It's one of the best facilities I've seen." Aggers said he doesn't feel Cook is doing his job properly and added that he doesn't believe the Dorseys are allowed to have the wolf compound on their property or even to Aggers said he is not being vindictive toward the Dorsey family and has offered to help her relocate the wolves if necessary "Our only concern is the noise," Aggers said. "We don't even know the Dorseys except from these unpleasant circumstances." Dorsey said she has complied with all state requirements for owning the animals. Even if her appeal in court is successful, she will move her family and her wolves to another area "My property has been vandalized," Dorsey said."The other night my gate was glued shut and a note, written in blood, said The next thing to die won't be a wolf.' Theyrejust prejudiced against my family because we're doing something different." INDOOR TANNING Homcoming Specdale 7 spoeno.ns A Radaot New You WS1 an aU-ovw an 4002 Newberry Rd PLAZA WEST -always nes buLbS -*.a.*. coolfned Op Ma-"a a a d saf., anpl parking -372-796 W|"w e~Lm TarsI 2 forI Speoaiwi nD I 12, d.naal. 1 HOUR D Offam a "ssvi soih s td 1 firs3s.w L .._$ 1 2 ._. La_ _rs n ..E. V EiPL b.n gd __ heope rSdelels Ah. a HaThfvsE Ifivis'r2p Ii-I7Oct 193 a' g.EI SSIJ foA' .Len bruiS. ypr GYPSIES NINA'S COSTUMES 1636 W Univ 375 6462

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h. AJGAUR IUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1990 OPINIONS bugs ya We asked you to write us last week and tell us what your gripes are, and we promised to print as many as we could in this column Here are some of the responses we got: While Mr. Kirkpatrick (Gators tight end) may be a good football player, I sure hope he's not majoring in business. I believe his quote in Oct. 8's issue was 'I don't think people should be jealous. We work very hard. The money we bring to the university entitles us to some of these things we get.' Perhaps the first two statements are valid, but please, Mr. Kirkpatrick, football generally loses money for a university (please consult the last issue of Forbes for proof)! These articles about the quality of a football player's dorms, food, and social life have been fairly redundant and boring. The football players may have it bad now, but who's going to offer a $700,000-$1.5 million contract to someone else from another major. Quit your bitching!" This from another reader: "Today while walking in front of Century Tower, I saw something that disturbed me quite a bit. Milling about were 15 or so Physical Plant workers in the process of ripping up the sidewalk to build a little brick wall. Can someone explain please why there is barely enough money to keep the school open for the summer and yet there is money to build little brick walls that seem to me to be unnecessary. Somehow this seems completely unfair to the students." Some of your gripes extend beyond UF to us at The Alligator. "One issue at UF that seems to never die is the endless controversy over COAR (Campus Organized Against Rape) and SARS (Sexual Assault Recovery Service). I don't doubt that these organizations merit press coverage, but I have grown tired of reading letter after repetitive letter and article after article about their pros and cons, triumphs and woes. Since I am not the only student here who feels this way, my suggestion is to create something like a brief, bi-weekly summary of current COAR-SARS happenings and opinions, designed to be read in just a few informative minutes." Another reader numbered their gripes. Gripe #1: "It really bugs me that I get mail addressed to 'The Parents of.' I'm 33 years old for God's sake! (Do you think I should write to Lombardi's parents and complain?) Gripe #2: "I wonder what Litchfield Cinemas management has done to right the wrongs they committed against their former employees. I've been surprised that a follow-up has not been done by either The Alligator or The Gainesville Sun, Gripe #3: "It really annoys me to read in The Alligator that 'UF students think' or 'Everyone at UF feels' or 'Voters supported' and to know that this UF student, who is someone and votes, did not feel that way or support that. How about more qualifying/quantifying statements guys! (And it's tempting to add that 'nobody' at The Alligator uses them.)" Editor y A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Reslier Ldbenta P. y Leftterst W' Me to Mak oid -.xc.d 2M0 wwi n e acuto "An Maei ) They sewed N treed. dolc nd 4n They sMoule ircvd NIwee names. wo -Me$.lo nuMbW Names wll W wIfh*d If To witer shws ju ceisw If you han we q a On I the "1t8fl i od dor at 376-44581 Are you properly toilet trained? Pay attenbon, because It's possible to be sun-bathing on syringes, razor blades, or other garbage items put down the toilet days earler An amalgam of human fecal wastes, household chemicals, contraceptives and bathroom supplies are flushed down our toilets. They present an environmental problem that we as students and preservationists of society must contend with Flushing the toilet has produced an 'out-of-sight, out-ofmind'attitude. Te wastejust doesn'tdisappear. Unless it is precisely and properly treated, it will reappear in our environment with disastrous effects Gainesville produces this so-called wasewater at a rate or 16 million gallons every day This would fill a swimming pool the size of a football field five stories deep. Where does this waste go? How does it get there? What's in the waste? What is the problem, and how can I help? Gainesville's wastewater goes to one of three treatment plants: Kanapaha, Main Street or University plants. It arrives via underground sewer systems pushed by gravity until a pump station is needed to give it the extraboost toget through the piping system to the treatment plant. The problem is that materials are being put down the toilet that impair proper treatment of the wastewater. What can you do? Plainly, NEVER put anything in the toilet except your human waste, toilet paper and water. Don't put anything plastic down the toilet. Plant managers find toothbrushes, syringes, combs, tampon applicators, condoms, glass and razor blades in the wastewater. Towels and plastic garbage clog pipes and pumps. This clogging can cause sewage back-up and Nat'l Coming Out Day was ignored Editor: Dart! Dart! Dart! to the editors and staff of 7em Aligator for theirinept, suspiciously discrinina tory lack of coverage of National Coming Out Day. No WOnCSDo t or article apPex i IM tbunday's paper. One letter to theeditor wasprinted, a true family considering the fact no Chris Lane CONSIDER THIS disastrous environmental hazards. Raw or untreated sewage can contain viruses that can cause hepatitis, amoebic dysentery and other illnesses. When there is a clog, someone actually has to use their hand to unclog it. Tis can be dangerous if razor blades or syriges are present. Also, never put household hazardous wastes such as gasoline, paint thinner, insecticides or varnishes in the toilet. They impair the biological degradation of the waste at the treatment plant. The wastewater system is a circle. Everything put down the toilet returns to the environment. Here at UFtheconversion of waste sludge toasoil conditioner via composting means that it is possible to come in contact with the same object (heaven forbid a syringe or razor blade) flushed down the toilet days earlier because this soil conditioner Is placed all over campus around shrubbery and various plants As far as animals are concerned, some of the effluent from the plant is put into surface sreaims where otters, fish, turtles, water fowland other wildlife thrive. If the water is rendered difficult to treat due to improper human toilet training, the wildlife will perish. Remember thee simple tips for proper toilet use Help make the environment safer for everyone. Chris Law is a UF sawe rnnesirhim tal DM41Weriest that several letterswerewritten and sent to 7h, Alligater concerning that special day One was sent from myself, one from the official UF Committee for Sexism and Honophobia one from Michael Giltz -last years editor of 7he Alligator -and many more from students and GLSU members. 'Meefet and staff had in their hands an opportunity to help thousands of students at UF, and instead they turned their backs. Was the motive comPIBCCeIC or complicity? Ignorance or stupidity? Fear or hatred? My parents have told me since Iwasachildthatin fethemexists only two positions. They said, Sitheryou are part of the Problem, or put of the solution." It seems painhly clear where The Aligator stands on this Ium. fbod L 30MW Prsiest, Gay sal WhMC sin at anhdn What '41 AWDPRIkE DEFrW REDnON PUN 0[9"' ujjm Peni~n7. L rlLmr alligator Jud Managing Editor M.D. Cumella 6

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TUESDAY. 0CTOBER 16, 1990, AILU[GAOR 7 HOMECOMING from page 1 0 %01 00% % F i. However, Sniffen said the most prestigious Homecoming event is the invitation-only Florida Blue Key Homecoming Banquet, U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, D-Maine, will be speakingatthe banquet Friday night, he said. Gov Bob Martinez is among the 1,500 people expected to attend the event. While everyone is not invited to the banquet, Sniffen said there are plenty of events planned for all students. "All the events have a special significance," he said. This year'Fleetwood Mac concert Coupon We accept anybody's Here's How Far CarryOmu Caton: I W*ac.pt and maier any ody's rny out popon price for a carry out odnr 2 cLstomrThss oreont cny cmut pon*ten pWcunriupn he orier AIDS from page 1 at 8 p.m. Wednesday was sold-out until obstructed-view seats were put -on sale, Sniffen said. 'Ibis is the biggest name Homecoming kick-off concert we've ever had," he said Gator Expo, the annual display of UFs organizations, will continue the Homecoming spirit Friday and Saturday on the Union's North Lawn Other events include a free talent show Tuesday night at 8 at the Or. lage & Brew and a pre-game barbecue Saturday on the Union's North Lain. Tickets are $6 and food will be served from II am. to 1:30 p.m. "It will get people psyched up for the game," Sniffen said. SUPER WOMAN NINA'S COSTUMES 1636 W. UNIV. 3fl-6462 a a a a a a a a Crusher pizza coupons It Works, mmv Droos It comples Loetico.s Only 373-2337 2102 SW 13th St Fr .Inqry Cosponsi I We wil accept anybody deery piza coupon price for a deiry order 2 Custome, must present delfvsy coupo to slower when pza .S deirered VALID THROUGH NOVEMBER 1, 1990 and direct approach to its AIDS-program implementation Members also said Sorensen, UFis second-in-command, may find ways for the group to pay for its own programs instead of sending new programs through outside offices Before coming to UF this semester, Sorensen was part of a eamn that developed The Center for AIDS Research and lducation He also founded and chaired a Massachusetts state task force examining AIDS research in 1983. S PE' PAWN 8 GUN Rings -Watches -Chains 'Large Selection of All 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE PRESENTS Dr. Raymond Wolfinger Professor of Political Sciences University of California, Berkeley "Who Votes and Why they Don't" October 17, 1990 8 00 p m. Ralit Union Ballroom s up"aied by Department of Physc Un versove of florda said both she and her class mates enjoyed the experiment Small said Health and Rehabilitatlve Services has the printed scripts used in the roleplaying and will give them to OF at no cost so the program can be implemented in classrooms. Task force members said they're looking forward to IF Provost Andrew Sorensen's appearance at their next meeting in November. Sorensen, an acclaimed expert on AIDS, may offer the group more powerful Throw The Best Homecoming Parties With Dennison Crepe Paper & Streamers. Downtown Buttsr Plan Mak Place WeOlga. 372-421 374-812 37-719 378-1200 Some people have a lot to say about the Alligator My years on the Alligator introduced me to newspaper i journalism and gave me an understanding of the 'reallife' problems involved in Karen Schaffnet publishing -from pasting EdIttrial Dimotor up pages to responding to sa.,. com,.anmaenn, ,,. rapidly developing news to getting pages to the printer on time. It was an experience that has had a major impad on my carry: alligator Student employment and training opportunities are available in advertising, business, production, promntions, or the Alligator newroon Please stop by our oflces at 1105W University Avenue. MAvmtane AcEn/Esai OPPoftuaity Efnfloyv

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$. AiJJGA'OR. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1990 are still available at the University Box Office and other Ticketmaster outlets for those who tind the wide variety ot Homecoming activities hard to keep track of, Florida Blue key has set up an informnaioin table in the Turlington Hall courtyard Blue Key representatives will be on hand to answer questions and distribute materials from 10 a mn to 3 p m.t today and Wednesday. Gator Talent Night, a traditional part of Homecoming festivities, is tonight at B in the Orange & Brew Student Body President Michael Browne wil emcee, and Office for Student Services Dear James Scott and other prominent campus figures will judge acts for spirit, originality, creativity, overall impression and actual talent Participants were chosen during auditions held earlier this semester. The show is free and open to the public. Rock group Fleetwood Mac will perform in this year s Homecoming concert at 8 Lm Wednesday in the O'Connell Center, ickets, $11 50 (or students with a current fee card and $20 50 for the general public, Parking Changes For Homecoming; O'Connell Closed The O'Conieu Center parking lot will be closed to the general public beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday until 6-30 p m Friday for Homecoming parade set-up and parking for the Flonda Blue Key Homecomin Banquet North-South Drive from University Avenue to Stadium Road will be closed to traffic fron,7 a.m. to 2:30p t. Friday. This stretch of road will be open from 2:30 to 4 p at and closed again at 4 p.m. until the conclusion of Gator Growl. Fleming Field will be closed Friday eve.rnmg because the fireworks for Gator Growl are setup there. The Johnson Hall parking lot off of etcher Drive and across from the Women's Gym will be reserved for han-. dicaprdarking Friday evening from 7 am, to noon for Gator Gallop. East-West Road will be closed beginning at 5 p m. Friday Bus Ride Offers Safe, Easy Trip To Georgia Game A safe, hassle-free and fun way to g.t to the Florlda-GeotgIe Game Nov. 1 n Jacksonville I. available for alumni, stall, students and friends. Th. UP Alumni Asadaion iss ra $23round-dp bus rdsihoaea CLUD)ED, but free subs arid soft drink. -. Buses wil Iav. the O'Connell Cater at 9 a.m. Nov. 10 and return that evening. Sphin.SIted, and aesrvatioms -due by PdyOct. 26. To make reservatIons, call the Aumni Affairs Offnce, 392-19M. Ine starting gun bor the tiator iaziop 2-mile fun run will fire at 11 a m Friday at the Percy Beard Track The run precedes the Homecoming parade, heading east on University Avenue to Main St Participants can pre-register 10 a it to 4 p.m. daily through Thursday for 58 at the Turli ngton Hall courtyard, track Office in 311 Stadium, Re:tz Union colonnade and in front of Matherly Hail Runners can also register for 59 at the track fron9 to 11 a m the day of the race, All participants receive a t-shirt. I hC urange & blue Vopen Deans at a a m Sunday at the University Golf Course Play is limited to7l2 layers, and registration is $40. Call Flodi afl ue Key at 392-1661 for more information-. No holds will be 'barred' as the John Marshall Bar Association presents comic kisat 0am.Saturday on the Reitz The annual skits are written, produced and performed by UF law students and traditional! lampoon the local, state and national political scene They are a favorite with government officials, who turn out in large numbers to see themselves caricatured The show is free and open to the public students, alumni and tre public can get together before the game at the Homecoming Barbiecue between 10:45 am, and 1 p m Saturday on the Reitz Union north lawn Barbecued chicken or beef, baked bean, cole slaw, rolls and drinks are the fare The Gator cheerleaders and Gator pep band will provide entertainment. Tickets are $6 Friday Hlida Not Employees Classes will be cancelled Friday, but UF employees are required to Work as usual. A state institution cannot declare holidays in addition to those set by the Legislature for all state employees Employees are allowed to take annual leave time with their supervisor's ar prval bu requestsrut be m de n only skeleton staffs working Friday. Gator Expo Shows Academic Side To UF's Homecoming Visitors Gator Ex po'90, the annual collection of exhibits, displays, demonstrations and entertainment offered by Florida Blue Key and the Board of College Councils, gets underway Thursday. The Expo will be in the blue and white circuB tent on the Ruitz Union north lawn from 10 am, to 5 pin. Thursday, 1I am, to 5 p m Friday and 9 anm. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Visitors can see what various colleges, schools, departments student clubs and organizations are doing at UF in research, teaching, service and entertainment. Rep. Sid Martin T Broadcast Live On Floats, bands, home teams, and nearly 1 other entries will participate In Friday a Homecoming Parade, beginigat noon. aeo fomthe Presidnt'sHome adctinue to Southwest Sixth Street, turn south to Southwest Second Avenue, and end at the intersection of Southwest Second Avenue arnd Southwest 13th Street. Ths year's grand marshall. Sid Martin, State Rersentative for the 23rd DIsbict, who wil lead the funny cars, the Gator Band, hlagh school bends, clowns, football teenm members, floats, and the unit bearintheehomecoming sweettsart fnrdsb. WUI.T, nei 5, the Universiy televIsion station (cable Charnel 11). Thc. who want to seethe parad. again -r view themselve, on televisIon can watch a retroadcast at noon Sunday w' Can.u15. fleet, of the color coverage wiS be Pmtie Taylor, hodt of WUPT'. "bfedlos"s Many special events are planned, including: TH URSDAY, The Falling Gators parachuting team will make a jump over the Expo at approximately 11 am.; the University Renaissance Ensemble will perform at 1 p.m.; the University Symphony Orchestra will play at 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY: The Formal Attire, UP theater department musical group, will perform at 2 ,m. The Civitan Bloodmobile will be parked during the Expo for those who wish to give blood. o Lead Parade Channel 5 pro~, and Rick Schneider, news direccameras, one on a 100-foot arn, two streelside and one roving, will offer Pre-ecrdJlohmmsa. by UP d th-broadcast duli Bte Key will provide security and parade pacers as web a. a Ieet-child center. The winning parade entdie, and wlnn house decoration, will be announced P day night at Gator Growl. lInfinay Chane or Honieig Saura The Student Hah C. Center at the broat an,, to Saturday. EVE Pmod'jced byUP intormapo adPbialo' ,r tonmmU ct oflca notcsndI ~ oral~n -n t, HOMECOMING ~r$ 1010 8 pm. 3 8 to 6 p.m. p.m. 10 a.m. to 5 p. 9 a.m. 11 am. Noon ~2"to 7:3 pm Orange &Brew High School Field Day, Fleming Pie] Fleetwood Mac Concert, O'Connell Gator Expo, Reitz Union North Law Provost Sorensen r Hdl MI and oaid fir at usual adveil'sng rdtes to te'~[iy and stan Cas 397 0186 M. dopaitoo o AT A GANCE C n Volleyball Finals, Flemn Field Gator Gallop, Percy Beard Track Homecoming Parade, University Aver ""orxo^,RetzUn Norh Lawn enter ue S3:30 to S pin. Florida Blue Key Smoker I 5 to 7:30 p.m. Florida Blue Key Banquet, with U.S. Senate i Majority Leader George Mitchell I 7:45 to 10:30 p.m. Gatar Growl, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium SATURDAY IMorning various Breakfasts and Open Houses 9 to 10a~m. Aumni Reunion, Reitz Union Colonnade 1a. toi1p.m. Gator Expo, Ret nion Nort Lwn 1 10 to 11 am. John Marshall Bar Association Skits, Reitz Union North Lawn 10:45 to 1 p.m. Homecoming Barbecue, Reltz Union North Lawn 11:30 p.m. Gators vs. Uieity ofAko Zp SUNDAY S8:30 a. Orange & Blue Ogen, UniversityGolf Course |_-----.---.he IMba1m af Ia M -s SpEal OppflaniyAfIrbmalhs Adios '~m Ty' Ma UF Provost Andrew Sorensen will deliver the keynote address at a breakfast sponsored by Alpha Zeta, the agriculture honorary fraternity, 8 to 9'30 a a. Saturday in the Reitz Union Ballroom Alumni, faculty, students and the pubic can reserve $10 tickets by calling Emelie Matthews at 392-1%L1. Other colleges and organizations are sponsoring breakfasts, barbecues and open houses for alumni, faculty, students and the public A partial list follows. ARCHITECTURE-Departmental ekhibits and open house for alumni, students, faculty and staff, Architecture Building, 9 Sto II a m. Saturday. Barbecue in the ArI chitecture Budlding atrium, 11 am to I I p.m., Saturday. Tickets, 510, can be reservI ed by calling architecture professor Tony I Dasta, 392-4836 I .BLACK ALUMNI BREAKPAST-Judge SEmerson Thompson of Orange County wil I s ak at the Black Alumni Breakfast Saturdyat 10 a m In the University Holiday Inn Reservations for tickets. $10, are available through the Institute of Black I Culture, 392-0895 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-UFP I Distmnguished Service Professor of History Sam Proctor will talk about "Gator History'' at a breakfast for alumni, faculty, staff and students al 8a mn. Saturday in Reitz Union Ballroom A Tickets, $10, can be reserved by calling Willa Howard, S392-2397, by noon Thursday Florida-Georgia On Sale Oct. 23 Coupons for student tickets to the flortda-Georgia game inJacksonville on Now, 10 go on sale Tuesday, Oct. 23,. Coupon sales will begin at 8:30 am at the Gate 13 ticket window and continue until I 4 pm. Sales will continue the next day or I until the student allotment is sold out No I guest coupons will be sold. I Students must present a student season Football card, a validated fee card and picflaure I.D Each person an line can purchase Only his or her coupon, which costs $SIB I (cash only). I Coupons must be exchanged for tickets F Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov 6 and 7, at I theGate l3tcketwindowsfroniR:30a.m. I to 4:30 p.m Couon Mrblc e ag msbetre I An arlnthe east stnds w open, igts I wllbtueonandbahos open for |FUK's "Speaker's Corner" STo Debate UP minues ilodd Blue Key's Speakers Bureau Dlviglein and Student Government'. ACCENT spakmn bureau wil resent UP'. first-ever I 'Seae'. Corner'today at 12:30 p.m. in I the Phi.a of the Aumedcus. I The Speaker's Comet Is .debate do.I signed to promote dlscuwsion of Important S and Sunly social and poit~assues in an openmanner. Today r aen' Corner Middle East: Should We I. Involved?" I Speakers each nsatins a sid. of the I Issue, will welcome comments and I ses from the crowd. i i moeinomain bu -p .ers S Corner, S ivth lada lh. Key afic, WI39-1tt. To Speak Breakfast; ny Others Si CLAS-Continental breakfast/barbec for alumni, faculty, staff, students friends from 10 am to 3p7m Saturday front of Flint Hall on University Aven Tickets, $5, available from Lynne Col 392-0780 EDUCATION-The College of Educai Alumni Association will sponsor a ret tion for alumni and Inends at 10 30 a Friday in the Norman Courtyard Phi DE Kappa and the Education Alumni Assot tion are co-sponsonng the annual Coll HomnecomingaBreakfast Saturday at Gamesille ilton a 0m Colleg Education graduate and Distmnguished S vice professor James Wattenbarger speak Reservations for tickets. $SI cat made by calling the dean's office by 5 p Thursday. BLUE KEY ALUMNI-Coffee doughnuts for Blue Key ahinmni, 9 tc am Saturday, Reitz Union colonnade FORESTRY-Barbecue for alumm. Iac ty, staff, students and friends in breeze, of Newins-Ziegler Hall, 11 a.m. Saturc Tickets, $8 for adults and $5 for child under 12, can be reserved by calling Mo Limdberg, 392-1792 TODAY ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEl EVENTS-Hollywood Alcohol Sq uol BITCN OLOYDSCUSSION S SION, 'Role of Transcriptiona Choniamn Structr inthe Controo D Cortan "-aaal,130amt 130$ Fifield Hail. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR "Shell Use Marine and Lad Herit Crabs UniversityofSuhFoiaNwCl biology professor Sandy Gilchmst, 4 p FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Some tie-Known Seafood Related Parasitologi Problems," Medical Universit of Soi Carolina marine biomedical research' ANIAL SCIENCE LETR,' sonal Reproduction tx Mares: Importar scen e o eo Dane Shap 4 p dMEN'S SOCCER sign-p deadline Gym Opn to Ustdents, faculty, a spouses. Call 392.0511 for information WEDNESDAY ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK VENTS-Controlled drinking expednme 10a.m. to 1p.m., Reltz Union north Ia. WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM "Black Women Writers and Spiritualiti by UP associate professor of Eng Midred HIII-Lubin, 3:15 p.m., 2014Ti -nto Halt. BOTANY SEMINAR, "Reproduci Development of Ribbiey. Blueberrle Influenced by Chilling and PhiOIOperIOd by UF assistant pxhsrIn fruit cre Rbeccn Drnll, 4p.m., 211Bartram H FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTUI "Who Vetes and Why T Don't" Uniuiyof Cdt cci. atBrklo science poeorRaymodW p.t .i Union Ballom TODAY GatorTalents Mgt WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

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FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator lassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Housing Available I bik to UF coed Co op. all utf paid noc ac, 10 eals weekly T.rking. laundry $210 per 'm, C 1. 117 NW 15th Si 377 4269 1214021 Fre wirbad or dorm Ridge when you rent Turn studio apt for Now & Dec $29O/Mo ull Inc $150 desp Close to UF 377 5535 10 17 5 1 One block Irom campus one bedroom apt lUrnished or unfurnished reasonable rates pool ac quiet call 373-1812 1016 4 1 Furnished I bedroom pt, close to cam pus All amenities $400/mo Call cole 1 407 290-5880 10119 5-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk 10 Santa FE CC 1 DOR $270 $280 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus LMR Pool laundry no cats or dogs Santa Fe Trace Apts 378 1190 12 14 76 2 GREAT PRICE tr spacious SW BR oft Tower Rd cent a'r hookups $285 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 3060 10 19-4 2 Oak Glade Apts near IF & VA quiet wasterdryer available In most units for $20 mo Cals Allowed 1B 2B I 2 Bath $250 $375 sc & lifr 372 6422 '214 76 2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Al., Starting at $1it Staring o 3235 / 2 Bedroom MEAOWOCAEST 110 NW 39h Ave 370.375-3861 -76-2 check Our Ne Specials' All Amenitiem Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Ava'lable Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378-57N 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 3" -4W600 200 SW lth Sireet SW LUXURY condo, 28R, 11/2 BA, pool. hookups. cemaker, near UF/shopping. m water garbage pickup. $450 KEY MANAGMENT 372-3W0 10-19-4-2 PC4s ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY 273MO LYONS APT 4=0 SW 20TH AV. $77797 12-14-76-2 LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE $250 moves you in Close to UF and Sharids 376-1248 10-30-20-2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS Have a New Year week Vacation at Daylona Beach on uab 3000SW Archer Rd 377-0555 10ONE MONTH FREE Studios and one broom from $236 Walk to UF Colle Park Properlies 371-7777 10-5123-2 ONE MONTH FREE er ocurty system Villager Weal. central air. quet cul-de-sac TaKe NW 91h Street Isom I6th Ave 37 -777 10-31-23-2 ROOMMATE NEEDED. 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Pets OK, near UF $290 per month 3769453 10-17-74 Female Mral to sublet room In a S bdr2 be apt close to UF l60/mo+, 113 wt Needed NOWI Call Anna at 376-5624 *0-18.5-4 2 br I ba spacious apt Close to campus. law school October free 44 a month Call 375-0466. etter 5 pm or eave MesWage 10-16-5-4 Oakbrook Walkto share 2bdr/2ta. fully furnished, equipped kit own wash/ey Available 12 00, Must "easel Is/mo Call335-9234 10-24-10.4 Lookl House or rent 2 or 3lI. brm/it Ig bth Large yard w/ deck Close 2 campus A mall Pets Oki 405/mth Call 376-7652 10-17 5-4 1 bdrm, furnished apt in Pine Rush Bikin, distance loen UF $200/mo lease Rig, $279) 2 1/2 mo lese and has A/C Must less. Call 334-0748 or ve Meg 10-17-4-4 WALK TO FS bd. pool, laundry Avail able now to May. Furnished, taSOhth Call 3S5-0744. 10-229-4 5 ROOMMATES TREEHOUE VILLAGE Roomm avssbl. Reserve yourroe II9 ii.M Bus service cuW and SFCC Fume unmje 8175450pt rmatnot CPop Mgt ftc. ReWt 37627, 10-19-24-. LAKEWOOD-bedmams avail In 32 for mature n/s M/F opIly. Scenic bcoEy. weashdry. Feal safe-guard do Rent rigotlable i 1/3 utIl, Call KMthy 335-477 10-16-45 ROOMMATES Mature person wanted to share 2bd/2ba condo in SW area. close to UF WD, pool sec system $285/o utI Call .flnnos 373-4503 or 335-4731 40-22 Roommate wanted M/F upperclassman or gr pro lo Own 'room in 2 ber bath in SW areas INS0 pays rant S uil call 336 Dos6 10 15-5s M mrm needed for own bdrm/bath in 3br/2ba apt in Park Place $18Bmo + 113 until Call 336-104S for min 10-17-5 **F for hudw fully turn bdr/ba in 2/2need now thru May $190 forig 312) secuuil 2nd flr, cia to UF pool, more 334-8593 1019 I M for 2br I *I2ba apt French Quarter $210 a month + 1/2 util Call Rob 375 ea7 10-16-4-6 Female to Share 3 bedroom house in quiet N E wash/dry cent heatia C Safe/secure small pal ok Fenced yard $i55pmn 377-7000 10-17 4-5 NoPrimitive to share house by West age Fireplace. no air. poor heat, loft, wooded 101 $100 mo Own room Tim 392-6052 leave message 10 185--5 FIRST to share nice house with rviro aware veterinary students Own room SI lOo, I13 utnt Greal location I Call 374-4408 10 25-10-5 Ceal roommate needed for spring so metar Own room in a reat house Onyon block rM UF Please call Jn diler 371-fl49 10-25-10 5 N/S responsible M student needed own red in NW area walbike to UF */cWheat/wash/d ry 190/mo + fill 3-mo lease or more Lang 377 1631 10-19-6-S F n/s roommate needed in 3bd 2ba new apt in Greenwich Green $220,imon 1/3ut Call 335 1504 10-22 5-5 Seeking high caliber studious rmir 2120 yes. ne. no drugs. responsible, broad minded 5WM or Straight demeanor GWM only reply to share spacious 1 bd/ ba ap w/anen 5-10min walk to UF. $165 + 1/20100 Call 378-4712 10-22-5 5 I Fa ho a Foret *Aulds to Wanud t gertylfl II Tlypi"Itrwbac 13 1160 1111011 14 Ssini hirsornate is PmwusIs 16 cofNNeUOIIS 17 Matlirs 18 Wase Isp.tt 10 LOU& 4Found J When will your ad run? Classieds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in Or plAtCed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no refunds for cancelled ads, L How to place a clasid ad In Person: Cash, check. MC or VISA The Alligator Ofice 106W UniveraityAve M -F am 4pm Ma, Bookstore Hub Customer Sime Oesk M FSem430pm Reitz Unil. Cashiers OFfice TO Foamteel Sat T Sun -Closed Medical Bookstore. Shands M F Sam 430pm By Mall: Use forms appearing weekly in die Alligator Sorry. no cas by mal MC, VIS, checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar minimum M Fear 4pm O How to corrector cancel your ad: Cannlations: Call 373 FIND Mon F,8 4pm No refunds can r given Alligator fetyors Cho" your ad The FIRST day it runs Call 313-FIND with any corrections be fore moon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor rected ads will be ended one day No refurde or credits can be gwen alter placing Mhe ad Changes caed in after he firal day will not -Pcotpensated Customer error Corrections must be The Alligator otce, There will lo a $2. Teak Town Goo,. F 7 Tr -~ V h 116 LtKa ATii Alit S mk 18AAIS~ -or changes: made in person at BEFORE NOON I orrecllw, e. Benny I'm Itjgm1 V~ iet so *A E eei1010evv F y [fewQLilt R GAy ;ky L .G k A! pi S for p a. t* F a Tariff face! r;,.! -is -1 lat i 11 lW yese Ic~n r Wes ill cw Fill X. we wd -r 4>doe! WALK TO UF. 2BR efficiency wilt separate entra,,cs, nsared bath A kItaheo. Ind. sme uliltles, 6275 KEY MANAGEmENT 372-300 10-19-4-2 issississississai

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TUESDAY, OCrOBER 16, 1990, AUIGATIOR, I ROOMMATES :ed nonsmoker Tor own room in large Wynhouse. Wc, pool wash/dry, den .I yr as. reqd. no pate. Sl6Otrm + 114 still 332 4333 10-17-3 5 KEWOOO need n/a Bit lor own bd/ba 3bd(3bm e/sec system $232/mo + 1/3 if Call 335 9599 to-10 5 5 OOMATE NEEDED. m/r, nice house, reat location waterbed inc 215 00 nt Call Brad 376-0078,332 3427 10 student looking lor .liabl. roommate 35/mo 112 Ut1l 14l Ave between 11th 12th Streets Call Patrick 334078 ANTED line for own room in 3br/2ba pt close to campus ONLY $1 75imo /4 kul for spring 8 Summer Call 373173 f0-22-5 Coommate needed ASAP to share luxury /2 i nice quiet area Pool F replace /W 250/mo I soe S have kitten Call eve 372-8202 10 22-55 [ ne9 olT.F E OKAY, FISH, TIME TO SOU/ ONOl/ NT r. ROOMMATES *LIBERALe ri roommate wanted to Share 2 bdr apt In nice soi g hborhood 1/2 mile a0 UF. firs/mo T2 ull 372 5590 10 19-15 5 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTERValtyper 5410 2 Disk driven 2filmiCassees, nI carimisters Factory reConditioned, unused in past 2 yrs Perfect for small typesetting jobs Good machine for small type shop Sys ten Incfudea 3 polls 6 in RC film a 6 font disks 53 500 00 Call The Alligator at 373-9926 for more into Alpine. Kenwood. Seny and 30 more branded are all aI our New Lcation Car SIaro Spe5lalsta 3218 NW 13i1 3722070. 12 14-78-8 ADVANCED Car Stereo Herman Kardon, Autote Crunch. Mailer MEl VSE 125 NW 23 Ave 371-4370 MkhiE GOLF11H 4 o Plus Ofen ng JUL. Toshiba. alarm Lar,2ar 12 14 76-8 FOR SALE BICYCLES UNDER $50 All are 10 speed race style warranted by bike mechanic Alex 336 1972 10 17 4 6 Cyclepro 12speed city bike Brand new 9 heo agoExc Cond Just luned Up Call Jon 378 0588 Leave moss $130 10-18 5-6 Like now MICROWAVE medium size. Avanti $85 or bai offer Call 332 4932 leave message 10 1g 5 5 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem nant for your dorm or apartment We deliver I Rays Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 3775285 6 blocks E of Campus I1 9-20Air cOndlonor Sear, Kenmore 5000 BTU window unit $120 Call Steve 375 7267 or 392-0921 ext 22 TO 16 2 0 Crimsslopper Car Alarme, K-40 Rader Detectars, Infinity. Sene, Sony. Orion, Bazooka, Han.e or Car St.,. We gsat All Pric a 173.3754 2 7 by Brett Schroeler at C4 o' ICeaser al 0* RMMS~hI W~vU ThA.T A KARATE KTmj,' ThOP/ TWrAs Thomas Burns CRAIG BAXTR? P ICT (ON SuiSpliN)Sw poPsto 60172 'COWCSTEP CLASS EtrARN lf Oas W 1el AUiUah V.ltr THIS wEEtK LSON I K U I I fMlP 2 SMS -i' lcter l% g~rtr nbc' -o~ Ad~ A~w7 V (l Air? ,t h*ie V~ 114 (n, at f 45T~~~~~$ W* ug a a;* -n CAWW I ItAj 1 WI 1 IAST tS~kw PWUaft5 0jvflnujm MbWrr S W1Wn -WA stIMullf5 "Odefladis m rA p otWrMW lUM Los AND TWOI Ves 7. osro e WOINI!aD .,1* -a dl--. silon THE 0ir Ful -11evoAsIIheoam III wwo amw "U" We", *JM firl MBIASRE %" "B's "' "'I's ^"* ow A w A= M, OR "GOT! lit: V FOR SALE Sterling silver Galor rIngS Unique iSd sign very dtalI ad $18 each Calk 371 3534 10 19 5 6 KRAMERd guItar sr8!style I humbucker 2 OgI col pfups $250 MARSHALL lead 20 amp sounds like BOW $250 Will Package Call Mark 379 6615 10-18 3 6 LET 5 TRADE Alto saIophone 5300 value Tor a computer desk /file drawers and chair or will sell or buy erior Ca'l Karen 371 1073 (ve mg ) 10 22 5 6 COMPUTER Compaq portable w/c pro c0ssor 2meg new hard drIve carrying case Very bood cond E650 Call 336 8672 Bob 10 18 3 6 King size WATERBED Semi waveless mattress all healer & headboard ExMcel IOn condition $200 or best Oter Call 378 0056 I 18-3 6 CAR ALARMS installed remove conrol any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 338 9193 student iv miles sag.o 10 9 38 8 2400 BD MODEM $98 WORD PERFECT $135 CALL ELITE 335-1300. 1 -336 Visa or MasterCard Even if bankrupt or bad credit' We guarantee your card or dukll your money back Call (805) 682-7555 Et M 12C2 FOR SALE Organ Yamaha Electone sec corndillon $1000 Sh1jein0 lrjnk large 75 Air t'eko fr All to Gvrl $40 Bea 372 1981 or leave message 10 17 2 6 Two Eas, sitald Homecoming Ieces for sale 532 00 tb Call Hoid a 1 800 225 232, cr1 739, (9 5) or 1 101 233 3109 10 17 2 6 I havs one homecoming and one Gaor Growl 1cket Call 375 2791 leave has sage 10 17 2 6 DISCOUNT HI-F 722 S Main The Red Bldg WE ARE CHEAPER 12 14 76 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Afvordable rem rants for your dorm or apartment We dever ay S Rugs 535 SW ItrM Ave 377 5265 6 blocks F of campus 10 tS 21-6 RACING BIKE '4,pd Shinano cornPs nenis Aluminum frame Coplete W ac CeaOiles $400 irm Call 336 1806 & leave message 10 17 6 Classifleds. Continued on next page DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trode Michel Jaffe A ,OU I Gnaw .way 10 Longing 14 Jat 15 Popular Ferber novel 1 Kind of grapes 17 Have in hand 19 Cuco native 20 Trees tracts 21 Onsets 23 Many centuries 24 The Last Days of ftmphll" heroine 25 as.towed upon 29 Coected 32 Old-faehlonwd 33 Praised win, wntsiawm 35 -Pau 38 Reef, a higher 37 Edel bud 38 Wordwi up r off 30 "Got A 40 Stengt 41 Roa felr 42 Student Inlrbcfions 46 BIcket s oer. for shot 47 Rah.efing bird 48 Pt dow 51 Low brefk 56 Daly MNs pU0chse 56 Moving forward 50rsan, fornvi 0 sactr MOda 60 Pt of fte e 61 Pl pal 02 V~vl W I Draft, In. a 2 Th1 o *Il wanE 4 Skater in different direction 5 Ancient ascetic 6 Diana of song 7 Kimono ccssory 5 Actress Merrill 9 Kitchen gadget 0 Orientals 11 Booth at a state 12 13 18 22 25 28 27 28 29 30 31 34 37 fair Twain a Finn Ime perIods Aftersong Na ter a ck The time to be in Puns Leave off Appraisal Attracts Prevent Tldal flood Metaphysil writer Imitate Ides 38 Poishes 40 Sa. Si Down 41 WteCs 43 Hoagobldrin 45 F*l compunction 48 Th. first Mrs Copperfield 49 Joe de Vivre 50 A -in me bucket 51 Peuj 52 Sutherland, for One 53 At any bime 54 Peruse 57 Bravo, in Barcelona ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: P A A BUTin A i i L vionli =10 F113nn nnnn Mill nnnn nQ nillinl] F.Inifil" nnup 11110-11irrill 10/16/60 r r r r r -E flS tee A 1~" S,. Isaluacd UU2124, 954t FALL 1 YEAR FALL FINAL WEEMi SPRING L SPECIALS END me OCT 14 536 SW nd AveO 372 7876 K' *S-in torn iN o rew YA MM, TM"T 30V MW /IN 7W kilhilivilk I.Mly, be are a1z 'THI ifrIS1 ILL TT MMEEi-L r or 1 i or r illP1 SM A#AM ASM Sol LERN We I to S Atil d l

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AUJGA'IYR T1ESDAY, OCTOBER 16,1990 FOR SALE MICFOICENTER Computers 37 1146 E lor's choice Hewlett Packard Ncthgato MjC Prices lower than mailorde, Systems below include 1mb. 40mb (28me) Harddik, graphics motor MC 286'12 $946, MC 386Sx $1086, Norlhgars 386/20$24L Leading Edge 386,* laptop w140 Me Nd & battery $1995 1 A 2 year warranties Orsite war rias Panasonic I190 prnier $185 HP Laser Jet llp$987 3743 TV Univer sity Ave 12 14-52-6 CUSTOM COMPUTERS 280-12 1t1 mn ram. graphics monitor. 40 meg hard drive, 1 y on-site $025 otn, 's avail 332 8333 10-26-15-6 Mountain BikeSchwinn Sierra 18 speeds All components by Exage Ex cellent condir Asking $300 -591 2932 Ben 10 16 5 6 BIKESI Cannondalo criterium a/ Shimano $350 Masi pro italian bike we cempagnolo Both rmcc ready in perfcr condition 334 0533 10 14-56 PERSONA halloween costumes, Reserve early gel the best Extended hours Oct 17 31 10 80m Sun 21628 12-ep Sun Center 372 D455 10 1 4 6 Zenith 55 286 w/ coprocessor, 40mB HD, ext floppy 2400 Baud modem, mouse, Panasonic 1180 $2000 Thomas 335 5751 10 17 5 6 IBM PS"2 model 30, fish tank(55 gelt lamps VCR beta, stereo. comics TV, dorm Tridge Turn A much more 335 1982 for info 10-23 0-6 WHITE DRE SSER AND SHELF UNIl GOLD TRIM $100 NIGHT TABLE $15 334 7757 10 1 4-6 PRODIGY. -i it a rki Available at ELITE today 335 1300 10 26 10 16 MYERS SERVICE CENTER WE SPCIALI/F ONLY IN TOYOTAS ALL AND ASK AROFTOUR LOW 'RICES 376-6752 SPRING BREAK Christmas. summer travel FREE. Air couriers needed and cruiseship jobs. Call (805) 682-7555. EXt F-1432. 7 REAL ESTATE Home for sale? Land for sale Buyers Market? Don't 101 an opportunity '0 sell your property pass you by Alligator CAS siliads offer you The cheapest way to keep your real estate in tie public eye Whereelse can you keep your property in the market for as Mittle as four dollars a day? To make it *ven easier, you can place your ad over the phone, all you need is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call 313 FIND today to place your ad Rockwood Villas condo 2/2 or sale by owner 335-1982 10-23--7 Get your real estate license Tu A Th evenings 6-10 paT 816 W Univ Ave Sisrts Gel 23 371 2787 FlorIda Cenier to, Real Estate Education 10-23--7 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Precision Small Engine Pickup a DOliv ery available 4236 SW 36 Terrace, across from Alley Kalz 336 3825 10-31 37 8 ****as YAMAHA RZ 36000. Wilacig kitVERY FASTi MUST SELLI $1000 060 ***Call Ray 335-0312 lv msg***o 10-25-10 NiiuL a ThW515 Mos wsal Reserve mak S a ask Nne 11ainniiw 11h a fl 437S Ir MOTORCYCLES BIG TOP Who will Turn your frown upside down? 10 17 1 a 9 AUTOS 1fl2 CAMARO, / New paInt / super clean interior / Alpine stereo / rebuilt trans A must seal $3500 *be Call 335 2202 leave message 10-17-3-9 1986 NISSAN 2OOSX, a/c. 5speed. power windows, cruise control, black, tinted windows, A ownr, *tra nic.e $5300 Cmll 1 473-2"51 10-18-5-. 195 Ford LTD Wagon Excellent condiion Loaded runs fret NICE CAR Will sell at loan value-12350 Cal 3323690 10-18-S 9 Porsche 944-Bsupunkt-opions new tires-brakes-eng Fast & beautiful. Seek lock for only $12,995 332-7550 after 3p m 10-19-5 9 BMW 3201-eutonat c-great stereo-sunroof-new tires-trakes-engine Looks good-runs good.$4995 332-7550 after 3p m 10-19-5-9 NEON LIGHTS FOR YOUR CAR CUSTOMIZE YOUR AUTO WITH COLOR 335-1297 anytime 10-22-5-0 Attention Students: Tam into TV 69 (UF 'Best in Crfistan ellesrn For no Into:407-2l07155 : 373-FIND BUY IT. SELL If. FND IT. Alligator Classiheds allow p'odcls, rvicas, jobs, etc. to be listed in a "dnetory" o make it easier for readers to lirid your ad A Simple orm explains ft. step-bry-stop Smmer in which to ploand -ad and will help you demn ft most Our Classified Advwrdsig seenf well 6. happy to this. you Alligator Classifleds may be placed In a number of ways: 1 If you haw, a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by flphoonng 373-FIND between 8 00 and 4 00 pm 2 You con ma your Alligator Classified fom (with ch Cl, money order or Maslarcardmia wiformadion -no cash, plase) to: Alligator CiaMifieds P Box 14257 Gainesville, FL 32604 3 You m plana your ado in pson by comig to our Ollk at 1105 W Uniersity Ave ,belw n 8 am and 4 pm, w.kdays Ourbtried, lendly staff wiN be glad A help you wid, your ad 4. You can place your ad in porsi at "rmotW' locadons. oe of The Alligators convelent ON CAiU LOCATilNSl Main Booksre, Hub CusflmerSer.Dsk. Medical BSk*e. Shands Ross Union, Cashier's Olyl M -F a w 4 M M-F -I am -pm Sal S SOn .Cloasd Plem use hie lorm to place Aflgator Clausliede. Pftn fot ihsuotoMexcldy.B.omroUbl iwuM.eethigymwlnhtby.Rego.t for hgn after ie ad he. bae odd mst be sOnSod a nW tdte*e'nt THERE CAN UE NO Fihl ON CREI AFTE PLACI THE AD. In Mor of an ITs Nt r is mrgicnalt ONil hi ft, PRW Insetson. Da -a i bgAg.p dauM-enwt. or antdo a. wfaen Ml ateiSa. t0 a IM p" The ao"9pf ofil .nait.* doff not mem a hieing wsnft n Is. pan of 7aS mngas Aftom, PitS. UMd Cpy 71 dn~ P* Apw vesowvestih flt I sot a a5 ?Mgof the I su1 0i y d A.dvrA msGoy submIred ptbe eOnd e e tierighAtN*A* ma., d, r mlany ela g Opy sd. Ill A AUTOS1 99H6 NISSAN 200SX, black 5 speed tined windows, a/c. cruise control, power windows. loaded Very ree $5300 Call 1-473-295? 88 RX7 SE47K. sunroot, a/, tint, Potonza RE-71 tires, garaged, cover, cxcelent $11, 000 obo Call 378-7542 T0 Buick Regal 1982 Low mileage, run. great, many new parts, asking $2400 Call 373-5567 or 374-9640 10-22-5 9 1976 Che.e van wt130,000 miles Runs good; body not so good Still has many miles left Fort McCOy 1-236-2161 101074 Cougar SR, runs good, looks good 2 new tires, new camshaft, lIters, oil pump. stack $600 call karl 378-g266 AUTOS Mazda RX7 tan, 1994 leather inm 70e m1 strong A fast, new tires, 5 speed $5000 abl 374 9590 ask for Max excel cord 10 1910-9 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, low payments, feat drivethru service. we habla Espanol 377-2277 377 CARS WE CARE 10-101-0 Pontiac 1000 1984 *xcellent cordillon new cluiuch tires Siarer 84k miles WC, amfm askingonly Si600 orbestoffer call 334-5290 10-10.5 9 68' HondaCRX HFwhitewblue Inierior, 32,010mi 5-apeed. new front tires, great gas mileege. vary dependable, please call 371-9868. 10-12-8.2 Immmmmrna omm9 I I i i i U II i i i I-I 111111 -I I IIIII 1 I I i I I iiI I I I I1 1'g 'FF I I EI 1 I I II I I I__ ____ I I I I I O$'CES IONLV -1. ms -, Fete -J. ,e now: Ue _t FFeew r -an _.wee-"'"'""" I--ae MI. #n 9 IL. 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AUTOS ,g beigo classic convert ble Bearle New 0p flew Pelt rebuilt engine Runs Nea Sacriic at $2800 obo Call Tyler l 176 9802 1019-4-9 r485 PONTIAC FERO excellent running On Am ~o great gas Mi Isaas Sspeed ,ew rubber A brakes ONLY 1900 Call 332 6731 10 16-5-9 ,a981 codgeomni 4-speed rebuild carb & laens very dependable, good mpg runs gieat Asking $075 Call John 377 9050 iv mess 10 19 7-986 Buick Century Eat Wag Auto, am m beige/brown ext, velour int 1 owner exc cond Asking $5200, call 332 502 0 1 4-9 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door locs seats, windows, a/c ar/tm tape. aato whI *xtjblue Int E xc cond must sell best offer 334 5053 10-19-1-9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Gems, Class Rings ETC Top I or trade Ozzle's Fine Jewelry 373 9243 12-14-76-10 NEED AUBURN TIX Have 2 Growl & 2 homecoming game tickets WIlling to make trade and/or pay S$ Call 336-9413 10 175-10 NEED AUBURN TIX Call 376-3904 10 185--10 Need 2 Fix for Growl and 4 ix for Homecoming Game PLEASE Call Tracy 332 5430 10 16-3-10 --TIWWNAI(EO Gi 7 a Ih E mvmm 411,4 WANTED HOMECOMING & GROWL FlX N-EOrl 378 8278 Leave Message to tO 5 10 I NEED 4 AUBURN TIX BAD' Call Al issa 373-8362 10 16 2 10 TIF Need 2 Auburn $35/each Need S Georgia Fix $40/ach Call Jell 407 894 4666 No coltect calls 10 10 3-10 GATOR GROWL TICKETS FOR SALE 8 together CHEAP 377 6724 10 19 4 10 Wanted One Growl and/or Homecomirg ticket Will consider trade for Auburn ticket(a Call Scott at 334 9598 10 / 2 10 Need 5 tickets to AKRON UF Need des perately Will pay S Call Rick 813 933 5265 10-172-10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 1-75 NW 3,,h Ave nec, Oaks Mall area, 5 5[ 010 x 20 Irom $20. 10% disc 10 Students 332 817 12-14-S-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DiSEASE? Got confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS FOR COL LEGE Are available, MIlions go n claimed yearly 1 800 334 3881 11 490-,,11 Personal Protection, sized, $13 95 Great Forest i Blvd W 33404 10-31 20-I1 lear gas pocket gilt LOM 2841 A PaIn, Beach F1 SEIZED CARS, Trucks, boats, 4-Wheelers motorhomes, by FBI Call (805) 682-7555, Ext. C-1670 LSMI S TO *15 -C SERVICES ** ** LET'S PARTY * Galor Boogia 371 4919 ProlosSional 0J service art musical formals 12 14 42 1 1 ** GATOR MOVING ** F ull/Serv MoviSgorag'ePaaking 1 a tmN~ Full Oays'EVOa Long tire ic/Ils HarryiBilI 374 4791 12 4 78 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les so.s boarding woodser facilities bay rides parties sales working students accepted 486-3224 375-8080 12 14-16 11 *SUNBELT MOVING* P-otessional Moving/Packing 8 Supplies I Item House full Local/Ing dial tic/Ins Priced lor Sludentsi Mally 375 MOVE 12 14 76 11 AM STORAGE Close t UF CoVeent 4x4x4 SlSo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771 ?2-14 76 11 FREEE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women's HEALTH CENTER 20 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5056 ABORTION To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services 12 14 75-11 $COLLEGE MONEY Privat, scholar ships CollegeScholarshipLocalorspob 1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881 800 870 7485 12-14 75-11 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION CS SItaFy lear gas A personal protection n'o Keycher unit or hoe* Canisr $17 95 each + 52 50 shipping (checks Ok VIsaMC phon. orders) Sent ommed at.Iy Sallie Cain. Action SemInars,6141 Parktorest. Baton RougL 70816 or call 504 751 0405 Horse Boarding 45 acre tarm friendly proIessronal care in peaceful surroundings Daily turnout grooming and TLC 462' 5127 11-2-40-11 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW loel Ave 372-14 MC/VISA/Insurance Free Pregnancy Teal Member National Abortion Federation 12-14-53-11 STUDY material Florida Teacher CertIfIcation Exam *FTCE* OlTy *2S 05 Send checkrmoney order to Teachers Support Services Box 2585 Apopks. FL 32704 ph 407-889-8480, 11-2-20-11 *Associale Tutorlng* English, Math, HuManlties, etC It you need help. Call 335 7748 10-2310-t1 Will watch your children in my SW home. weekdays. while you go to school or work I am a mother of one Call 3737380 10-17-5-11 Aiteietion StudentsFREE moneyl U S Grants for Soholarships, fellowehips, internships, residencIes, and research grant Billions of dollars neow available Call 24 hr grant hotilne 1-404-160-5425 ext I00S 10-18--11 TYPING 12 SERVICES *Typing reports business Igai reume* Cassene$ ivanscibed applicauust lenters nolary *etc Available 24 hoursj7 days/lI2-2777 12-14-7012 MICRO CENTER/ Typino 374039. Full & S sell service computing. Open until 10pm school night. Typinsstrb O I,50,pg R.ume. $5 i e i.'mm, a **M$"'" d. fM acoums I2 whyli' lwpeg., ta typ"aI grnpAlc *csl ceok as Vi. paper.secial oharaoters *espleyMeet te -m-m turning Werderfect spelst Via.MC. 12-14Typing/Word Processing. Quality de peundable Service. Reasonable fates, Lester pr~ner. 377.6i 17 lit OOp. 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Final Matums two UPteems Us a Fedan and BrucellscdealdsGuiy Brnal NS etSSO I FnnaaVMeut the doubW Ca! of the olniP farIty Haddjd ; L, 4 hn the =eariYg*A -eu of take. tao Golf team to play By JEFF MORIARTY Alligator Writer NOTEBOOK fromi page 16 A sellout crowd of 72,000 is expected for the game, which will start at 130 p n It will be the (;ators first ever matchup with the zips Troops to receive UF games U S. soldiers in Saudi Arabia who want to keep up with the Gators and other SEC schools will be able to have their fill of conference football at the end of this month The Unversity Athletic Association, in cooperation with SportsChannel Florida and the SEC., will send monthly videotape shipments of tF sporting events io several military units in Saudi Arabia. teams including No 6 Oklahoma State Soemes. the top Gator mi the tcam's first two tournaments, and Bates. a returning All-American, are the only players who have played in a tournament hi year i IIIDAYto (l R It, AIJJA1OR I in LSU tournament In piotr vi irsali Xlibrn hi.c plae il (h ree tournamentt s, (ruag In Ite .14 an Hammer in five I-F finished third in last years Iourna imen when the team had three All Ann ains, Coach Buddy Alexander saLd he ho{,es the new Ineup will turi around his eam im this louroamlient This tournament is Important in the Se lecons for the NCAA kegnials, Alexan der said "We are playing intlther gieat gulf course. and I'manxiOts to see how we play, especially lineup with three new players in EARN UP TO $500 ASTH MA STUDY We are lookig for subject' with chronic asthma, daly symptoms or continuous use of medicalions Sobjects ill be required to take study medication on a daid basis and record information daily on a dir0 Lord weekly clinic visits (I i hours) for I I % I nday there will he eeks. Vlondas Non-smoking 18-65 ear old maies and sterile females No other medical conditions Call 192-9086 If no AnswCr please eace I meeae In the an swearing machine Some people have a lot to say about the Alligator More than anything else, the two years Ispent at the Alligator prepared me for my first full-time reporting job after graduation. It was at the Alligator where I Keith Mor learned how a newsroom A*.au Gaff.o works and where I was turned on to the business that love so much. I can say that my journalism school training provided me with a strong foundqtion for a career but my deepest roots lie with the Alligator, I wouldn't trade my experience there -or all the lifelong friends I made there -for anything." --.q.stf.a alligator Student employment and training opportunities are available in advertising, business, production, promotions, or the Alligator newsroom. Please stop by our offices at 1105 W University Avenue. AflvriatweAcfll/E.al Oppertusny Empiowlr News con appear one day and be gone the next Bur the paper news is printed on con and should live on Lost year more than one third of all U S newsprint was recycled And that number is growing ever Recycinc is the one way we con all give some Thing bock Va Then Recycl. [he UFmen's golfteam begins play today in the Louisiana State National invilaninal at English ourn Country Club iNew r leans The 23rd-ranked team of Totv Serne, 'at Hates. Keith Albrilton, Bnan Craig and Kevin Hammer will face four other ranked Disc(we t Educaid StUdent Loans by Phone 1-800-347-7667 lo,

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16. ALLIGATOR. MIESDAY, 01c OBER 16, i.190 SPORTS Gators 17th in Associated Press Poll When the Gators took on Tennessee in Knoxville Saturday, they hoped to prove themselves worthy of the No 9 ranking bestowed upon them last week by the Associ ated Press, But after LF took a 45-3 beating from the 4-0-2 Volunteers, the sportswriters who vote in the poll may have thoughitheywerealittle too hasty in placing the Gators among the nation's finest so Str Gon n N OTEBOO UIF (5-1) fell to No 17 in AP's Top-25 college football poll, the news agency an nounced Monday It is the Gators' lowest ranking since they vaulted seven spots to No. 10 two weeks ago The Volunteers, who are tied with Auburn atop the Southeastern Conference, jumped two spotstoNo 3aftertheirbig homecoming win over the Gators Meanwhile, Virginia hastakenoverthe top spot after No. 1 Michigan lost to Michigan State 28-27 Saturday Michigan fell to No 10 Miami jumped one spot to No 2 after blanking Kansas 34-0, and Florida State moved up three spots to No 7 after an idle week. Odom to play against Auburn Inside linebacker Jerry Odom likely will miss Saturday's homecoming game against Akron, UF coach Steve Spurrier said. Odom is out 2-3 weeks with a sprained knee he suffered in the third quarter of last weekend's game against the Volunteers But Odom said Monday he'll play in IF's Nov 3 contest against No. 5 Auburn. "I'll definitely be back for the Auburn game." Odom said. "I wanted to play this week, but the trainer said it wouldn't be a good idea. But I only have five games left in my career, so I want to be out there." Defense drops In rankings When UPs usually unbeatable defense took a pounding from the Volunteers' runding game Saturday, it was forced to give up its spot as the top defense in the SEC. HF fell from seventh to 10th in the nation in yards allowed a game. The Gators have allowed an average of 256 17 yards a game, second only in the SEC to Auburn (237.80). The Gators rank 12th overall against opponents' passing games and 15th overall against the run. The UF defense has allowed 16 points each game, a figure that ties (hem at 19th in the nation. UF quarterback Shane Matthews, despite passing fora season-low 119 yards Saturday, remains the SEC's secondranked passer with an efficiency rating of 134.68. That figure places Matthews 17th in the nation Matthews also leads the conference with 1,464 passing yards. He ranks second in the SEC in total offense, averaging 239.83 yards a game. And running back Errict Rhett, who had four carries for 10 yards Saturday, is third in the SEC with 75.83 yards a game. Gators get Monday off The Gators took the day off from practice Monday. Practice will resume today as UF prepares for Saturday's meeting with 3-3-1 Ako. Peace enjoys life without football By MAT ADAMS Alligator Wnter Wayne Peace remembers Georgia. "I came out into the stadium (Ihe Gator Bowl in Jacksonville) and saw all those people moving, but I was too nervous to hear anything," Peace said 'That's when I realized this was big-lime college football Peace was UF's starting quarterback from 1980 until he graduated in 1983 During his career, he passed for 7,206 yards and 34 touchdowns while leading the Gators to a 27-15I record. On Sept 13, 1982. Peace was on the cover of Sports Illustrated A framed poster of that cover is still on display at Uf's Sports Informatin department "It was such athrill because I've been a big Sports Illustrated fan since I was a kid," be said, laughing. "Every Thursday I would run out and buy the new issue After leaving UF, he signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Bandits of the now-de fun ct United States Football League, saying that he Peace' wanted to stay close to home. career 'hat Bandits team passed was coached by UF head coach 7,206 Steve Spurrier and wasled by quarterand 9 back John Reeves, downs now a UF assistant coach. But the Bandits didn't have much room for Peace. "I came in and the team and the league was having financial problems," he said. "There just wasn't Troom for a guy who had a big salary and sat on the bench. So they let me go. He later tried out for the Miami Dolphins, the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers but failed to make any rosters The last cut from the Chargers ended his professional football career. I went back to Lakeland, started State Farm (Insurance Agency) there," he said I got married, had a baby boy "Everything's going very nice. I'm enjoying life He said that football taught him howto deal with people, almost a job requirement for his new profession "All the guys (on } the team) came from such different back. grounds and that hlving and working together really taught me how to work with people," he said "If my son were to play sports, that's what I'd like him Pe s g s U ,h If Y4 II More than just lessons, ace said that being a player. especially being a quarterback, gave him an advantage in finding work F after UF. e He said the day ie after he was reor leased by the Chargers. he reirds cerved three calls ouchfrom businesses wanting him to interview with them. I tell recruits that if you want to go to school] in Florida, UF is the place togo," he said."You'vegot the world by the tail if you just keep your nose clean and do a good job." Peace defined "a good job" in passing efficiency. His junior year he completed almost 71 percent of his passes -a Southeastern Conference and at the time, a National Collegiate Athletic Association record. But he admits the passes were not always difficult. "All we did was throw little sprint out passes in the flat and down the middle. I think we averaged about 85 percent completions. Not real glamorous, but guaranteed five yards. By MAlT FOOLESON Alligator Writer The UF basketball team's first practice Monday was much different than the past fewseasons. Rather than practicing on the O'Connell Center's game court amid hundreds of basketball-starved fans wearing Midnight Madness shins, the team quietly opened on a practice court in a corner of the dome, where a few curious fans peaked in to see what was going on. First-year coach Lon Kruger ran his team through defensive and offensive drills. Kruger said he was satisfied with his list glimpse of the team. "1 thought their effort was good," Kruger said after practic.A pretty normal first day." Seniorguard Renaldo Garcia said he liked what he saw. "Today went great.e practicewasvery up-tempo,"Garcia said. "That.s what we need to be a good team." Kruger also said the team was glad the NCAA investigation ended before the season started. "As a university, I think we're glad to have it behind us," Kroger said. "It doesn't affect this team now." Senior forward Livingston Chatman, who quit the team last November, and sophomore forward Stacey Poole, who injured his knee this summer, practiced with the team Monday. Chatman was expected to practice, but Poole's status was in question. Poole, last season's team Most Valuable Player, said he has been running in the swimming pool and asking for help from above to return as soon as possible. "Working the leg in the pool, you forget about the pain," said Poole, who ran full-court drills with probable starters Chatman, Garcia and Dwayne Davis. "My knee's feeling grea. When I fint came out, I didn't have confidence, but I felt better later. I prayed a lot, and that's the truth." Poole said his knee felt 98 percent but that he would be at full strength by the team's opening game at the University of South Florida on Nov. 24. Kruger said Poole's hard work and upbeat attitude helped get him ready earlier than expected. The court was full of players Monday, as 15 practiced. Last year, the mowte dwindled as 10. year. the roeterdwlndied to 10. ALLIGATOR MOTO Wayne Peace, one of Ups best quarterbacks, is now living In Lakeland and works for an Insurance agency. Basketball practice begins see Ntebook, page 15